Carrie Underwood is building a new home for her family in Nashville, Tennessee.
The country singer is currently moving into a sprawling new home with just months to go until she is set to welcome her second child with husband Mike Fisher.
In new images of the stunning property workers are seen finishing last-minute touches on the nearly completed mansion before Carrie, 35, and her growing family officially move in.
Almost time! Carrie Underwood’s new forever home in Nashville, Tennessee is almost complete
Home sweet home: Carrie and husband Mike Fisher have been working on their ‘forever’ home for some time. The couple are pictured with son Isaiah, three
The sprawling property is complete with a pool and barn house where the family have been staying while the main home is completed.
The picturesque home, complete with white picket fencing, sits on lots of land nowhere near neighboring properties, appearing to have an entire hilltop to itself.
While a majority of the home is essentially complete, plenty of work remains, by the looks of the number of trucks sitting outside the home.
There still appears to be plenty of landscaping to finish however as large patches of bare soil surround the home.
Stunning: The sprawling property is complete with a pool and barn house where the family have been staying while the main home is completed
So much space: The picturesque home, complete with white picket fencing, sits on plenty of land appearing to have an entire hilltop to itself
Mama mia: Carrie and her NHL star husband Mike are currently expecting their second child together
Movers already appeared to be bringing items inside the house, and several pieces of outdoor furniture were set up beside the backyard.
Mike took to Instagram on Saturday to give a shout out to a moving company, sharing a snap of a truck-full of some of their possessions.
‘Best in the biz right there! Thanks @blacktiemoving you guys are awesome!!’ he captioned it.
Two years ago Carrie admitted she was already working on her ‘forever’ home.
Back in 2016 Carrie said of her dream home: ‘My husband, Mike [Fisher], and I are designing our ‘forever’ home. My must-haves are a wood-burning fireplace, a porch swing, and rocking chairs,’
Nearby: The family have been living in this barn house while construction on the main property is completed
It’s happening! Carrie’s husband Mike gave a shot out to moving company on Saturday as the family got some of their belongings transferred to the new place
‘My husband, Mike [Fisher], and I are designing our ‘forever’ home. My must-haves are a wood-burning fireplace, a porch swing, and rocking chairs,’ the singer, who has previously constructed homes for herself, told Country Living back in 2016.
Carrie and her family have previously built homes in Ottawa, Canada and Franklin, Tennessee, where they currently live.
The singer and her NHL star husband Mike are expecting their second child together some time in February.
The couple married in 2010 and have three-year-old son Isaiah together.
The last straw: Underwood suffered a fall last year at her home in Nashville, which reportedly was behind the couple’s decision to finally move
It’s been nearly a year since Carrie suffered a facial injury after falling at her home.
That was the last straw for the singer and her husband, who reportedly decided to move from that property following the incident.
‘They are completely done with the neighborhood. The decision came after her fall,’ a source told People. ‘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.’
Recently, the singer revealed she had already picked out a name for her child as she admitted she was keen on moving.
‘We have picked out a name, but we’re keeping that to ourselves right now,’ she told ET Online. ‘We’re fixing to move. I haven’t bought anything yet, we still have some of the stuff, cribs and stuff from my son, but we’ll figure it out. We’re about to move so I’ll start buying stuff once we’re there. It’d be pointless to buy it and then move it.’