|Manor House, hiking trails, barrier-free restrooms, picnic and wildlife area. The historic English Tudor Manor House was designed by Abram Garfield and constructed in 1908 as a summer residence for a prominent Cleveland industrialist. It was acquired by the City of Mentor in 1980 to serve as a cultural center. The following year, the Wildwood Estate was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Manor House, with its 34 acres of beautiful grounds and stately trees, is the perfect site for cultural and recreational programs. The annual Wildwood Arts Festival is held in June and the Holiday Show & Craft Sale is held in early December. The barrier-free Manor House is available for private rentals.