The Clintons may be getting a new neighbor soon. A source says Ben Stiller was spotted recently checking out a 7,223-square-foot nine-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath mansion in Chappaqua originally priced at $4 million. Built in 1929, it has undergone a historically respectful renovation that kept its columned façade intact. (Plus, it comes with a swimming pool.) The Meet the Fockers actor may have passed on it—the house is, after all, still available—but he may be interested to know that the property has just found its way to BidontheCity.com, an auction site where the bidding is set to start at $1 later this month. (It won’t necessarily go for anything like that, though, since the owner has a reserve price in mind that must be met before an agreement can be reached.) Interestingly, our source says the former president and the current secretary of state also toured the estate last year, though nothing came of that, either.