The Forest Heights neighborhood in New Rochelle has wide, tree-lined streets and homes with a pleasing variety of architectural styles. One of these homes is 240 Elk Avenue. It is a lovely English Tudor with plenty of light, built in 1922. It has a gracious front hall, original hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, plaster walls, detailed dentil molding on the first floor and coved ceilings throughout the second floor. Modern conveniences include 2-zone central air, updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a full house generator, in-ground sprinkler system, and a blue stone patio!