Columbia comprises approximately 20 different neighborhoods. Arsenal Hill was one of the first residential areas in the city, named after its location as an arsenal during the Civil War. Today, this neighborhood is home to the Governor’s Mansion, Finaly Park, and a residential area. Bellevue, commonly known as Cottontown, was one of the earliest suburban areas annexed into the city. Earlewood is located downtown, just minutes from the City Center, the University of South Carolina, and the historic Congaree Vista. The centerpiece of the neighborhood is the 66-acre Earlewood Park. Old Shandon is a national and local historic district, thanks to its high concentration of older homes, including some from the late 19th century. As implied by the name, University Hill is located in the shadows of the University of South Carolina. Historic Waverly as been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1989. Incorporated in 1913, its primarily residential buildings combine Victorian architecture, 1930s bungalows, and new construction. Of course there are many other neighborhoods throughout the city, including Eau Claire, Elmwood Park, Forest Hills, Granby Mill Village, Heathwood, Hollywood-Rose Hill, Melrose Heights, Olympia Mill Village, Rosewood, Sherwood Forest, Wales Garden, Wheeler Hill, and Yorkshire.