The hilly enclave of this area surrounds the campus of Vanderbilt University. Its motley collection of early 20th century homes include bungalows, foursquares, Cape Cods, Colonial revivals, and Tudor revivals built between 1920 and 1940. Within this pocket is Love Circle, a spiraling road leading to Bald Hill, a spectacular point to view the downtown skyline. Other nearby winding side streets offer enviable glimpses, and sidewalks abound for walkers navigating the neighborhood or traveling to Elmington and Fannie Mae Dees Parks. Vanderbilt/Midtown offers several nearby shopping districts and numerous restaurants. One of the local favorites is San Antonio Taco Company, simply called SATCO by the regulars. Even though it is surrounded by activity on all sides, this hillside pocket leaves plenty of open spaces to be left alone with your thoughts. Directly adjacent to Vanderbilt University is a small niche called Midtown which sits snugly between Music Circle and West End Avenue. Midtown offers a variety of nightlife, art galleries, one of Nashville’s oldest churches The Cathedral of the Incarnation.