Located about a 40-minute drive from Dallas, Terrell, Texas, is a city with a past, present and promising future. Terrell residents enjoy numerous amenities, including access to numerous regional highways and interstates. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the city's population topped 16,000 people in 2011. However, that number is projected to continue growing. According to City-Data, the city's population jumped by more than 16 percent between 2000 and 2010. Given Terrell's proximity to big-city Dallas and access to rural landscapes, it's no surprise that seekers of Terrell apartments for rent continue to be pleased with all that this unique city has to offer.
Because of its relatively isolated location, Terrell enjoys a low cost of living that is difficult to find within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In fact, Terrell's cost of living index is 93.5, which is almost 7 percent below the U.S. average. However, those searching for Terrell rentals will want to keep a few other budget factors in mind. Newcomers to Texas will not want to be dismissive of air conditioning costs during hot southern summers, and commuters will want to factor driving costs into their monthly budgets, as the city is located a fairly long distance from any large cities.
For those who choose to work within Terrell rather than commute to other cities, numerous employment opportunities are available. In fact, nearly 60 percent of workers in Terrell live and work within the city itself. Additionally, Terrell is considered very walkable and earned a score of 80 from Walkscore.com.
The Terrell Heritage Society Museum is home to numerous local artifacts, including a 1912 Estey pipe organ. The museum displays information about the city's railroading past and gives residents the chance to take a glimpse into the daily lives of early Terrell citizens.
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