Terrell was a railroad town founded approximately 30 miles east of Dallas. The city is part of Kaufman County and borders Kaufman on the north and Forney on the east. Terrell was founded in 1873 and named after Robert Terrell, a farmer in the area who was known for his octagonal house. The house is preserved on the Southwestern Christian College campus. The area has many connections to military history and popular celebrities. Homes for rent in Terrell are conveniently located near many schools and two higher-education institutions.
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