Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher’s Canadian Home Up for Sale
It seems that Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher have officially found their home sweet home in Nashville, as they've decided to put their Canadian home up for sale.
The couple completed their Canadian dream home just a couple years ago, when Fisher was playing hockey there, but have since settled in Music City, since he was transferred from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators. Their Nashville home is a $3.2 million property that they're building together.
Their Canadian house, built in 2010, is a hot piece of real estate, not only because it housed two celebrities. The two-story, five-bedroom, five-bathroom house is listed for $2.2 million. It sits on an impressive 11-acre lot, and is the brainchild of Underwood and Fisher. Both are known for their love of clothes and shoes -- and the closets in their home are certainly impressive.
The house has stone accents, boasts a triple car garage, an all-season enclosed porch, a wine cellar, home theater, wet bar and gym. There's even an idyllic tire swing in the yard! The property has been listed by Brian Eustace, sales representative and selling partner at Paul Rushforth Real Estate Incorporated, who declined to comment.
Underwood, who recently celebrated five years as an Opry member, definitely has experience in the real estate market. She put her Franklin, Tenn. home up for sale in January -- her first major purchase after winning 'American Idol.' The asking price on that home was $372,500, which shows just how far she has come since being crowned America's idol.