In 1835 the business was sold to John W. Brown. The name was then changed from The Rhodes' Tavern to The White House Tavern( Brown's Tavern). It was used by many people traveling to Baltimore Maryland. Mr. Brown managed the Farm and cottages for eighty years until the current owners took over in the early 1900s and changed the name to Del Haven Hotel and it remained open until the early 1990s.
The taverns located here over the years provided shelter to many travelers. The original site was demolished in 2001 and plaque was dedicated to the historical landmark. It is said that the current owner of the property still lives in this local area. There are many restaurants and housing developments that now surround the few bricks that remain.