As westward migration increased, communities developed along the Cumberland Trace. In 1785, settlers built McFadden’s Station on the Cumberland Trace near the Barren River approximately where I-65 crosses the Barren River as a “rest stop” for travelers.
The Cumberland Trace by MossCreek creates a “rest stop for travelers” as well. Open plan living and a Master Bedroom on the main level are a welcomed comfort. Generous Guest Bedrooms complete the perfect floor plan. With the use of natural materials of wood, stone, and glass, the Cumberland Trace is the perfect small rustic home.