The Real Reason Carrie Underwood Is Selling Her Million-Dollar Nashville Home
Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher have put their million-dollar Nashville area home on the market. Underwood and her family are no longer living in the home — they’ve reportedly already moved into their new place. Here’s everything we know about her mansion, plus the real reason the singer and her husband are moving.
The 7,000 square-foot home is listed for $1.45 million
Underwood’s massive 7,000 square-foot mansion will cost well over $1 million to purchase, but that’s because the home has some unbelievable features. Aside from its relatively conservative four bedrooms, it boasts six bathrooms, a home gym, a garage with parking for four cars, and sweeping views of the golf course on which it’s located. It also has pristine features such as sub-zero appliances and heated marble flooring. Plus, it sits on more than half an acre and has plenty of outdoor patio space, so you can spend an endless amount of time outside in the warmer months.
The master closet alone is probably larger than a small home
The most hard-to-believe feature of Underwood’s home is probably her master closet. The whole closet area is two floors, plus it has a walkout to an outdoor patio. It’s complete with a couch and coffee table, a massive vanity, a ladder to help reach those higher shelves, and a spiral staircase that leads up to the second level for more storage. It’s something out of Cinderella — and the Zillow photos prove it. It’s unclear how many square feet the closet is, but judging by the photos, it looks like the size of a small home.
Underwood is reportedly moving because of the memory where she had her scary fall
Underwood suffered a nasty fall in late 2017 outside on the front steps of her home. Since then, things haven’t been the same for the family. When Underwood fell, she needed 40-50 stitches in her face to help it heal. She also broke her wrist badly, and the whole event took a toll on her mental health. At the time, she had also dealt with three miscarriages before becoming pregnant with her youngest son, Jacob. According to People, once Underwood took the fall, the family then began talking about moving to a different house.
Security issues also reportedly played a role in the couple’s move
Ever since Underwood fell, a source close to the country singer has said people in the neighborhood have begun breaching security. Those outside the community became curious about what Underwood’s home looked like (where the fall took place) and some of her neighbors began allowing people to come into the community and see the outside of Underwood’s home. This supposedly played a role in the family wanting to move. According to reports, Underwood and Fisher bought 400 acres of land when they wed in 2010, and they just completed their dream home on that property. The new home is located in Franklin, Tennessee, which is about 30 minutes outside downtown Nashville.
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