Where’s the best place to move to when you want to live the ‘country life’?

I want to live in the country because I've lived in the city my whole life. I've always been fascinated with the 19th century and just want to live a really run down life with alot of land. I know it probably sounds crazy but I've always wanted to live this way ever since I was a kid (I never dreamed of being royalty or anything). Where should I move to? Name a city in any country =) Thanks.

seriously. alabama, mississippi, south carolina, tennessee. they are so southern and slow. if are into 'country values' which you should be these are the best places. slow, cheap, land, etc… even north carolina, georgia. cant really name any cities since its the country 😉 lol. but those are great states to look into.

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  1. seriously. alabama, mississippi, south carolina, tennessee. they are so southern and slow. if are into 'country values' which you should be these are the best places. slow, cheap, land, etc… even north carolina, georgia. cant really name any cities since its the country 😉 lol. but those are great states to look into.
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  2. Madison, Wis., the state capital of Wisconsin and home to the University of Wisconsin is a cultural center surrounded by dairy farms and cropland, Madison is often cited as one of the nation's healthiest cities and among the best places to retire.

    Lancaster, Pa., located in the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Region about 65 miles west of Philadelphia, is filled to the brim with farmland and old homes that sell for fairly cheap.

    Arkansas appears to have many pieces of land for sale, but they include farms. Here is the link: http://www.farmseller.com/

    Good Luck!
    References :
    http://www.padutchcountry.com/my_pa_dutch/map_visitors_guide.asp

    http://www.landandfarm.com/lf/

    http://www.landsofamerica.com/america/

  3. St Paul, MN It's cold but you feel like your in another time period and the architecture is beautiful. It's a city but not like a fast busy city. There are plenty of small towns that you can drive up to get away.
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