Hillary and Bill Clinton started out as middle class Americans, and later went on to be high profile politicians. For the first time America could potentially see a husband and wife team where both have served as President of the United States. They spent a few years living in the White House, and many other years living in government provided housing that came with Bill Clinton's Arkansas governor role. What have their homes looked like in between?

Amy Chozick looks at their homes over the years in this article from The New York Times, where she says the couple's "shift over the years from middle class to multimillionaires has been perhaps most pronounced in the places they have called home." Here's a timeline:

1975-76: West Clinton Drive, Fayetteville, Ark.
The couple was married in their living room at this Tudor revival home. They paid $17,200 for it, and it is now a museum.

1976-78: L Street, Little Rock, Ark.
Chozick calls this home a "pit stop" on the way to the governor's mansion for the couple.

1980-82: Midland Street, Little Rock
The couple purchased this home for $112,000 after Bill lost his re-election bid for governor. Their daughter Chelsea turned one during this time.

1999 to Present: Old House Lane, Chappaqua, N.Y.
This 11-room Dutch Colonial in a wooded New York suburb is where the Clinton's spend most of their downtime, host Thanksgiving meals, and binge-watch their favorite Netflix shows (which are apparently “The Good Wife” and “Downton Abbey”)

2000 to Present: Whitehaven Street, Washington, D.C.
Tucked right next to the Naval Observatory in the District on Embassy Row, this $2.85 million-home is the couple's Washington spot. The home measures 5,500 square feet and has a seven bedrooms, a den, a pool and a terrace.

2004 to Present: President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock
On top of the Clinton Library is a private apartment where the couple stays while in Little Rock. The apartment's sprawling terrace looks over the Arkansas River and the aptly named Clinton Presidential Park Bridge.

Come 2017, The White House may be their next home.

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