Ottawa dream home owned by Mike Fisher, Carrie Underwood finally sold

The west Ottawa dream home owned by professional hockey player Mike Fisher and his wife, country star Carrie Underwood, has sold, their realtor tweeted.

Realtor Paul Rushforth announces sale on Twitter after home was on the market for 10 months

This home was built in 2010 for Mike Fisher of the Ottawa Senators and his wife, Carrie Underwood, but less than a year later Fisher was traded to the Nashville Predators. (Photo courtesy of Paul Rushforth Real Estate Inc.)

The custom-built former west Ottawa home of ex-Ottawa Senators player Mike Fisher and his wife, country singer Carrie Underwood, has been sold, according to their realtor.

The single-family home at 1135 Spruce Ridge Rd. has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It also features a garage, patio and fireplace.

The home was first listed last June but the price had reportedly dropped from $2.2 million to $1.95 million in November.

Fisher and Underwood had the home built on an 11-acre lot, surrounded by trees, in 2010. But Fisher was soon traded to Nashville, where Underwood often lived, in the spring of 2011.

Carrie Underwood, left, and Mike Fisher, seen here at the American Music Awards in November 2012, put their Ottawa-area dream home up for sale in June 2013. (Jordan Strauss/Associated Press)
According to the listing from Paul Rushforth Real Estate Inc., the home features "a romantic master bedroom with a closet space thought to be conceivable only by imagination."

There is also an enclosed porch with its own fireplace, a fully finished lower level with a wine cellar, home theatre, wet bar, home gym and locker storage, according to the listing.

Fisher continues to play in Nashville, where he admittedly wanted to live after marrying Underwood, with his current contract ending in 2015.


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