Carrie Underwood is performing from her home in Tennessee for the ACM Presents: Our House special, airing Sunday, April 5, at 8/7c on CBS. The special, hosted by Gayle King, features performances by a number of country music stars, including Carrie Underwood, banding together to raise money for coronavirus relief and spread positivity and togetherness at a time when people across the country are isolated at home.
If you’re tuning in to watch the show, you’re probably wondering where Carrie Underwood, her husband Mike Fisher and their children live. The family calls Tennessee, known for country music, their home.
Here’s what you need to know about Carrie Underwood and her family’s house.
Underwood & Fisher Have Spent the Past Few Years Designing Their Family’s ‘Forever Home’
In an interview with Country Living, Underwood revealed, “My husband, Mike, and I are designing our ‘forever’ home … My must-haves are a wood-burning fireplace, a porch swing, and rocking chairs.”
According to Country Fancast, the home the couple built for their family is in Franklin, Tennessee, just outside of Nashville (which is perfect for Underwood, as she’s one of country music’s biggest stars). It is on over 300 acres of property, plenty of space for their sons Isaiah and Jacob, horses and dogs to enjoy.
They’ve owned the sprawling property for years and gave Oprah a tour of the grounds back in 2012. Country Fancast reported they planted an oak tree in Oprah’s honor and discussed their dreams of raising horses and cattle with all of that space.
In October 2018, Fisher posted a photo of a moving van on Instagram, suggesting that it was move-in day for their family. This is likely the home from which Underwood will perform her number for ACM Presents: Our House and the home from which Fisher and Underwood shared their Instagram video message about social distancing in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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In September 2018, Underwood spoke to radio personality Bobby Bones about the moving process, revealing, “We’ve been kind of in the process of moving for a long time. We are waiting to move, so I’m trying to pack stuff up and it’s kind of a mess.” At this point, it’s probably safe to assume that they’ve fully adjusted to life in their new “forever” home.
Underwood Sold the House She Bought in 2007 Last Month
Not long after Underwood won American Idol in 2005, she bought a house outside of Nashville in 2007. This, presumably, is where she and Fisher started their family (the couple married in 2010).
According to Parade, Underwood listed that house in Brentwood, Tennessee, for $1.45 million. The 7,083-square-foot home has four bedrooms and six bathrooms. Some of the house’s most notable features include a wet bar, a personal home gym, heated marble floors and close proximity to a golf course.
It was outside that house where Underwood took a scary fall in November 2017, which resulted in a broken wrist and 40 to 50 stitches in her face. The damage required plastic surgery repairs.
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