Like Park Ward this ward also contains some very interesting architecture such as The Mount, now a hotel which was a home of the Mander family and the location from where David Lloyd George called the "Coupon" General Election. Round the corner from the Mount is Wightwick Manor, an arts and crafts masterpiece and one of the earliest houses to be given to the National Trust. A house bordering the ward but actually in South Staffordshire is Wightwick Hall (now a special school), which was formerly the home of Sir Alfred Hickman MP, the founder of Tarmac. There were several notable houses in this vicinity that were demolished in the 1960s and 1970s, not least of which was Perton Grove, once a Gothic Pile built by the Underhill family. In the Tettenhall end of the ward is Tettenhall Towers, now home to Tettenhall College but once home to an eccentric ironmaster called Colonel Thorneycroft.