That is a great question, but the answer is not so easy. Your insurance premium is going to depend on your deductibles, your credit, your insurance score, how much you have insured with this company, county and how many claims you have made in the past.
If I were to through out a number it would be around $$500~600$$.
Selling a lot of homes in Atlanta for around this price that is what I have seen ~ Allstate has typically had the best prices, for at least the first year.
Call around though, some insurance companies will allow you to deduct the value of the land and help lower your premium.
(A credit-based insurance score, also known as an insurance score, is a snapshot of a consumer's insurance risk picture at a particular point in time based on information contained in a consumer's credit report. Since insurance scores have statistically proven to be a sound predictor of future loss, insurers use these scores, along with many other factors, to evaluate new and renewal insurance policies.)