The Owens– Thomas House is an outstanding home in Georgia. The Owens– Thomas House was relegated a National Historic Landmark in 1976, as one of the nation's finest instances of English Regency design. The Owens– Thomas House gathering contains beautifications and improving articulations from the English Regency time allotment; containing effects of the Owens family, most pieces dating from the years 1790 to 1840. Accumulations fuse English Georgian and American Federal period furniture, early Savannah materials, silver, Chinese Export porcelain, and eighteenth and nineteenth century craftsmanship. The house-employee's quarters incorporate slave relics of the period. The porch incorporates a little parterre plant.