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Monday, August 16, 1999 Published at 09:40 GMT 10:40 UK


World: Americas

Picture Gallery: Clintons house-hunt in New York



Bill Clinton and his would-be-senator wife Hillary have been shopping for a multi-million dollar home in New York City's suburbs.


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This $2.295m house in Rye Brook, New York, was one of four houses visited by the first family, who are seeking residency roots for Hillary Rodham Clinton to appear on next year's ballot.


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Daughter Chelsea tours a potential new home in New Rochelle, New York.


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First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton gets neighbourly with residents in New Rochelle. Mrs Clinton must move to New York state by election day in 2000 to be eligible to run as a candidate.


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President Clinton makes friends with the locals.


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Mrs Clinton viewed this turn-of-the-century house in Edgemont, New York, last week. The 12-room colonial mansion has a $1.7m price tag.


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The Clintons greet prospective neighbours in New Rochelle during a stop in their house-hunting trip on Sunday.




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