Are Bill and Hillary Clinton Moving On Up?

Bill and Hillary Clinton are on the market for a new home
Bill and Hillary Clinton are on the market for a new home

It's still a rumor, but it seems the Clintons are planning a move. The former first couple would still be staying in Westchester County, N.Y., but moving nine miles north, from upscale Chappaqua to even more upscale Bedford Hills. Apparently, they're eyeing Clover Hill Farm, a 7,000-square-foot estate on 20 acres in an area known for rich horse lovers and low-key celebrities.

According to the Coldwell Banker listing, Clover Hill Farm, priced at $10.9 million, boasts five bedrooms; a fireplace in the master bedroom; a wood-paneled library; stone patios; a wine cellar; his-and-her bathrooms and dressing rooms (hers is two stories); a heated pool and poolhouse; two guesthouses; an artist studio; stables, pastures and a dressage ring; and a koi pond.

The agent is Mady Wengrover in Coldwell Banker's Bedford, N.Y., office.

It's been 11 years since the Clintons moved to 15 Old House Lane in Chappaqua, when Hillary was eyeing a U.S. Senate seat from New York.

Also with five bedrooms, their Dutch Colonial is no dump (Zillow.com estimates it at $1.3 million), but it only has one acre and is a frustrating place for the Secret Service to secure -- you can drive within 60 feet of the Clintons' front door.