2068 Rockhouse Trace Road, Albany, Kentucky, 42602
Are you in the market for the perfect river cabin? Then look no further, this property has it all! Live or vacation in Rockhouse Trace Subdivision located in Albany, Kentucky on the Cumberland River.
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This stunning 2 bedroom/2 bath home is situated on 1.9 +/- acres in a gated subdivision. This breath-taking cabin was crafted by a lifelong, extraordinary custom builder as his own personal oasis. Home has been owned and maintained by the builder of the home since construction and is in impeccable condition. This exclusive home offers approximately 1600 sq ft with an open floor plan and a spacious kitchen ideal for entertaining family and friends. The kitchen of the cabin features unique, one of a kind reclaimed cabinets with plenty of unique character. Interior of this home is amazing, featuring highly sought after reclaimed Douglas Fir and Heart Pine wood throughout. Heart Pine wood is extremely hard, strong, and stable, making it an excellent wood. You can also find those same woods on parts of the exterior for added value and uniqueness. Master bedroom has a private entrance leading to the peaceful wrap around porch which is the perfect place for reading, enjoying the sounds and views of the river or entertaining guests. This custom cabin has plenty of windows allowing the natural light to filter through the home. The abundance of windows also provides beath taking views from the inside of the cabin. There is a wood burning stove in the living area that adds to the cozy atmosphere of the home.
Rockhouse Trace Subdivision offers a private boat ramp to the mighty Cumberland River. The Cumberland River is one of the premier trout fishing destinations in the United States. Trophy brown trout swim in the Cumberland River, as do bountiful numbers of rainbow trout. The river is also home to walleye, sauger and oversized striped bass. Canoeing and kayaking are also popular on the Cumberland River. Some Restrictions.
The Creelsboro Natural Arch also known as "The Rockhouse" or "Rockhouse Bottom" can be seen from this unique property. Rockhouse Bottom is a 300-million-year-old natural limestone arch over 60 feet high and over 120 feet wide and is the largest natural bridge east of the Rockies – and the seventy largest natural bridge in the United States. The naturally formed structure provided shelter for Native Americans and early settlers against the elements, and a Native American burial ground lies on top.
To learn more or view this once in a lifetime property call/text Hunter Shearer @ 606.306.2995.