Known as the oldest tavern in Massachusetts, the Warren Tavern was one of the first buildings built after the British burned Charlestown. It became a favorite meeting place of famous Americans such as Paul Revere, George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Today it still stands and functions in its original location on Pleasant Street. This wide plank wire brushed distressed engineered white oak has a gray color, with rich brown undertones, giving this rustic floor a contemporary flare.
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