George Washington Carver would have loved Dothan, Alabama. Known affectionately as "The Peanut Capital of the World," Dothan claims the production of one-fourth of the entire US peanut crop. Dothan doesn't let this claim to fame go to waste, either- every year it hosts the National Peanut Festival at the dedicated "Peanut Festival Fairgrounds" filled with competitions, parades, recording artists, and more. Of course, Dothan isn't only about peanuts. The city instead offers a a gamut of cultural, recreational, and economic draws that make it a wonderful city in which to settle down. Naturally, you will quickly find the George Washington Carver museum and a monument dedicated to him, in honor of his and the city's shared interests. But you will equally be delighted by the US Army Air Force Museum, or the Wiregrass Museum of Art, which is housed in the city's original power and water plant. Around the city you will also find all sorts of sculptures and murals, as Wiregrass has an ongoing project to have Dothan's walls painted by internationally acclaimed muralists. Dothan has a steady economic source in agriculture. Though peanuts are its largest product, Dothan also grows cotton and tomatoes. If you want to save money, Dothan is the place to be- its residents enjoy one of the lowest costs of living in the country. And for some fun weekend trips, Florida beaches are a short car drive away. Discover comfy homes in Dothan, ranging in size from three to five beds and two to four baths. Prices are low, just like the cost of living in the city: as low as 100000 and as high as 568000. Stop on by New Home Source to find your new home in Dothan, and maybe, if you want, pick up some peanut butter on the way down.