There are four considerations to be addressed, however what you are thinking of doing is very common and has no real technical roadblocks.
You are best using a 24Volt powersupply. I have a Meanwell UL approved 24 Volt 2A "wall wart" works fine for me. You will likely need a more powerful supply. Maybe more than one.
For the same brightness LED, the current for a 24V system is 1/2 the current of a 12V system. This matters because if you want to daisy chain as many strips as you can. The copper thickness on a LED strip is the same regardless of being 12V or 24V. The limit of current the copper can handle is the same on a 12V or 24V strip. So you can daisy chain 2x as many 24volt strips as 12V strips.
Controller: I have been happy with this controller Zooz
You will likely need at least two controllers to handle the current of the whole system.
You get outdoor LED strips with adhesive on the back. If you have wood soffits or vinyl siding I would not use the adhesive right to the soffit. The adhesive holds only OK for the wood and better to the vinyl. But if you have to remove it later both will be a issue.
I would purchase an inexpensive LED aluminum strip(s). The benefits are:
Mounting with some sort of clip allow you to remove with only some small holes left behind.
The aluminum strip will help cooling the LED in hot weather.