The village has a mixture of popular mostly 20th century semi-detached and detached housing, a pleasant shopping street, with a floral roundabout in the centre. It’s considered the wealthiest area of Wallasey. St Hilary’s church is an ancient foundation; the old tower is all that remains of a 1530 church building which burned down in 1857. At the north end of Wallasey Village, the main street leads to the promenade and coastal park, and two golf courses. The promenade passes here, running from the 'Gun site' around to Seacombe a total of over seven miles.