Despite hopes for a move to Washington D.C., the Clintons are expanding their Westchester property, as the couple has picked up a $1.16 million ranch-style residence right next door to their current home, a larger house that they bought back in 1999 for $1.7 million. As the Post first reported, the powerful pair now own an entire cul-de-sac at the end of a Chappaqua block. In addition to giving the Clintons more space to stretch out in, the buy will apparently also make life easier for the Secret Service.
The 3,631-square-foot home at 33 Old House Lane was previously owned by architect Charles Chepigin, who sold it to the Clintons on August 11th.
The three-bedroom ranch features an open floor plan, pecan wood floors, and a modern chef’s kitchen that opens to an eating area with fireplace and family room.
The master suite has a newly redone bathroom and two walk-in closets.
Its 1.5 acres boast an in-ground pool, stone walls, and plenty of mature trees.
A source told the Post that, in addition to security reasons, the couple decided to purchase the property for daughter Chelsea and husband Marc Mezvinsky. “Rumor has it that the Clintons plan to use this as a mother/daughter house for Chelsea and her kids to visit on the weekends when they want to escape the city and their Flatiron digs since the Chappaqua house has a nice pool and plenty of rolling green lawn for kids to play on.”
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