NEW YORK, July 11 (UPI) -- Bill and Hilary Clinton are reportedly in talks to buy the estate of a bankrupt real estate developer in the New York suburbs, sources told the New York Post.
The Clover Hill Farm compound in Westchester, N.Y., belongs to Broadstone Group founder Paul Wallace and is valued at just under $11 million, the Post said.
Sources told the Post the former president and secretary of state are on the verge of striking a deal despite the fact their daughter, Chelsea, is getting married at the end of the month.
If the sale goes through, the Clintons will be moving into the same neighborhood as celebrities Richard Gere, Glenn Close and Martha Stewart.
The property includes 20 secluded acres, a 7,000 square-foot main residence plus a stable and two guest houses with plenty of room for the Secret Service detail.
Amenities in the house include five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, a paneled library, pool and a wet bar.
The Clintons currently list a home in nearby Chappaqua as their primary residence.