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Springwood
Springwood
$995,000 - 
70 Acres  - Thomaston, GA
Jason WilliamsJason Williams
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Based on recent LandWatch data, Georgia ranks 10th in the nation for the combined acres currently for sale in the state. LandWatch recently had $23 billion of land listings for sale in Georgia. With tens of thousands of properties and rural land for sale in the state, LandWatch boasts a combined 679,945 acres of land for sale in Georgia. The average price of rural properties, ranches, hunting land and other rural acreage for sale in Georgia is $411,994. U.S. Department of Agriculture data shows Georgia is one of the biggest peanut-farming states in the country. It also is among the country's top five broiler-chicken-producing states. Georgia is the country's king of broiler chickens (defined as domesticated fowl bred and raised specifically for meat production). The state also accounts for over 40 percent of peanuts grown in the United States. The state has been ranked among the ten best states for retirees by Kiplinger. In terms of its size, Georgia is the country's 24th-largest state, encompassing 59,441 square miles (38 million acres). Wildlife to be found on land for sale in Georgia include whitetail deer, turkey, ducks, dove, and quail. Fishermen can enjoy casting for bass, catfish, and trout.

Georgia covers a diverse landscape that rolls from the Appalachian Mountains in its northwest corner to the barrier islands and beaches along its Atlantic coastline. The state is home to over 100 wildlife management areas that offer over one million acres of hunting lands, where hunters can bag deer, duck, quail, and more. Fishing is also popular in the state, with 4,000 miles of trout streams and some 12,000 miles of other streams packed with bass, catfish, bluegill, and bream.
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Georgia is the eighth most populated state in the U.S. and 24th in size at 59,441 square miles. "The Peach State" is Georgia's nickname, and the slogan "Georgia on My Mind" has also been used more recently. The largest city is Atlanta and the state capital is considered to be important in the global economic system. The oldest city in the state is Savannah, which is a popular historic tourist destination. Georgia borders Florida to the south, South Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Alabama to the west, and North Carolina and Tennessee to the north.

Georgia's geography includes the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northern part of the state, stretching to the middle of the state, and the foothills and the Fall Line, where rivers run down to the southern part of and the Coastal Plain. The climate in Georgia is generally humid and tropical in most areas of the state.

There are a large number of Fortune 500 and Fortune 1,000 companies headquartered in Georgia. The world's busiest airport both in passenger and air traffic is in Atlanta. The city has also been ranked as the top city in the U.S. to do business and contributes much to Georgia's economy and the entire Southeastern United States. Notable industries are real estate, service, logistics, communications, and film. The state has a prominent military presence, one of the largest in the country, with many military installations. Mining and agriculture also contribute to the economy. Georgia is the top producer of pecans in the world, and one of the top five producers of blueberries in the country. Historically, Georgia was the first state to export peaches to other states, the origin of its nickname, "The Peach State." Georgia is currently the 3rd largest producer of peaches in the country. Other crops produced are peanuts, corn, and soybeans. Tourism is also a large part of the economy, with a large number of state parks, historic sites, and wildlife preserves. Hunting, fishing, hiking along the Appalachian Trail, rock climbing, and whitewater rafting are some of the highlights. There are also coastal vacation destinations for visitors who want to enjoy beach activities.