Owens-Thomas House

The Owens-Thomas house dates from 1816. It is considered an excellent example of Regency style, a type of architecture where balance is essential, to the point that false windows and doors are typcially constructed to maintain symmetry. The upstairs of the Owens-Thomas house has two landings, one front and one back, with rooms off to the sides. An unusual and extremely beautiful arched wooden 'bridge' connects the front landing to the back.