Carrie Underwood Lists Tennessee Mansion Where She Sustained Traumatic Fall for $1.45 Million
New-mom Carrie Underwood is parting ways with the Brentwood, Tennessee, home where she took a nasty tumble in November 2017. The well-publicized fall, which served as inspiration for her single “Cry Pretty,” resulted in a broken wrist and in 40-50 stitches to her face.
Underwood reportedly purchased the Italian-style villa in the Governors Club, a gated country club community, in April 2007, two years after winning season four of American Idol. Seven Grammys and two kids later, Underwood listed the property with Southern Life Real Estate for $1.45 million last week. A Nashville source close to the singer told People that Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher have completely moved into their new home, a custom estate in nearby Franklin, and are “finally putting this one on the market.”
“They are completely done with the neighborhood. The decision came after her fall,” the source explained. “They’ve been having a lot of issues with neighbors letting people in the community to look around and it all escalated after the fall.”
Built in 2000, the 7,083-square-foot, decidedly monochrome home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Award-winning features include a gym, wet bar, covered back porch and a two-story master closet.
Take a peek inside, won’t you?