Out of all the former winners from American Idol, Carrie Underwood's career is definitely one of the better success stories. The country superstar has seven Grammy awards, has sold more than 65 million records worldwide, and according to Forbes, makes about $20 million a year. With all that cash just lying around, it's probably no surprise the 35-year-old has spent her income on a lot of stunning houses. Watch the video above to take a tour through all of them.

You might have noticed that Carrie's two biggest houses were ones she built herself. Her first home, which she purchased with hubby Mike Fisher, was located in Canada. Because Mike, a hockey player, was still playing for the Ottawa Senators, the couple made Canada their permanent home. However, in 2013 when Mike was moved to the Nashville Predators, the couple sold their house for $1.95 million and moved back to Nashville where they decided to build yet another dream home.


The house, which sits on 400 acres, has an orchard, cows, and even a place for horses to run around. "My husband, Mike, and I are designing our 'forever' home," she told Country Living back in 2016. "My must-haves are a wood-burning fireplace, a porch swing, and rocking chairs." However, now that the couple has a son, three-year-old Isaiah, it's unlikely the family will pack up and move again. And who knows, they might end up having more children to bring into their dream home, too.

"I'm not sure when because we’re both kind of busy these days," she told People in 2016 about family planning. "But yeah, definitely. I'm like, '[Isaiah is] so good — I could do a few more of those!'" And last year, she shared that she's currently just waiting on getting the timing right for having baby No. 2. "We're on God's good timing or whatever you might call it," she told Entertainment Tonight. "I'm just trying to figure out where life's going to take me next."