meadow garden - 1792
home of a georgia revolutionary
Meadow Garden’s most prominent occupant was the Senator, Governor, Delegate to the Continental Congress, and youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence: George Walton.
The Georgia State Society Daughters of the American Revolution engaged Landmark Preservation to perform a thorough assessment of Meadow Garden and to create a master plan for the restoration and preservation of the building and site.
Countless hours of architectural study and archival research culminated in a 180-page master plan that included:
Complete Meadow Garden Timeline and Architectural Chronoglogy
Comprehensive Conditions Assessment
Hand-rendered interpretations of historic periods
In addition to the Master Plan, Landmark Preservation also performed key physical restoration and analysis:
Complete restoration of all windows at Meadow Garden, including the replacement of al non-historic glass with restoration glass.
Historic Paint Analysis to ensure the accuracy of future restoration efforts.