Originally known as Middle Plantation, the settlement that developed into Williamsburg - was established in the 1630s by colonists seeking to escape the marshy, malarial confines of Jamestown. The Royal Charter granted to the College of William and Mary in 1693 and the burning of the State House in Jamestown led the government to move the capital to Williamsburg in 1699. For nearly the next century, until 1780, Williamsburg was the capital of colonial Virginia.
Williamsburg Reserve Character Grade Heart Pine flooring is a traditional,
yet comfortably elegant and naturally dramatic floor. While the
sap wood stays light, the heart of the wood oxidizes over time
to a medium amber color, setting nature’s paint-brush into
motion. There is nothing like watching a floor get increasingly
beautiful as it ages as happens with new growth Heart Pine. As
with all of our flooring products, Williamsburg Reserve Heart
Pine is American grown, American made, and a true monument to
our American heritage.
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