Flipping burgers brought her a multi-billion dollar fortune, but it seems flipping houses is not quite as lucrative for In-N-Out heiress Lynsi Snyder.
The owner of the wildly popular West Coast burger chain has placed her palatial residence in the swanky Los Angeles suburb of Bradbury on the market for $16.8m, $3m less than she tried to sell it for in 2017.
The 11-bedroom, 13-bathroom luxury property has everything a Burger Queen could wish for.
‘From the resort-inspired backyard to the panoramic views and architectural perfection at every turn, this extraordinary home is a shining example of opulence done so well it will delight all your senses,’ according to the listing, with luxury agents Coldwell Banker.
The property boasts a six-car garage, billiards game room, 15-seater movie theater, fitness center, and gourmet kitchen with dual islands.
In-N-Out heiress Lynsi Snyder, whose grandparents founded the beloved fast food chain, has placed her amenity-loaded mansion onto the market for $16.8 million
The Mediterranean-style mansion covers spans four acres of Bradbury Estates, a gated community 23 miles northeast of Los Angeles
The gourmet kitchen boasts a dual islands with breakfast bars, exquisite wooden cabinetry and walk-in pantry
And the 15-seat theater with its wide-screen and sound-proof walls is perfect for entertaining guests
The tastefully-decorated billiards room has a bar and expansive living section
Lynsi Snyder has an estimated wealth of $3.6b, debuted on the Forbes 400 in 2018 as its youngest woman
The main dwelling also has a 3,400 square feet recreation center which could be turned into a ballroom, dance studio, or batting cage, which was likely enjoyed by former owner, ex-LA Dodgers third baseman Adrián Beltré, who sold the property to Snyder for $17.41m in 2012.
There’s also a separate guesthouse with three-bedrooms and two-bathrooms, and its own two-car garage.
The property has its very own two-hole golf course, basketball and tennis courts, as well as a ‘stunning infinity-edge pool and beautiful cabana with a dining area and a full outdoor kitchen’.
The gated community of Bradbury Estates, which is guarded around the clock, lies just a few miles from the site of the first In-N-Out Burger was opened in 1948 by Snyder’s grandparents Harry and Esther Snyder.
Snyder is selling the home for $600,000 less than she paid for it nine years earlier, at a time when luxury property prices are soaring.
The median sales price for properties in ultra high-end neighborhoods such as Beverly Hills reached $12.5 million in October last year, a 33.5 percent jump from a year before, according to a report for Mansion Global real estate agents.
An aerial shot shows the sheer size and range of the Bradbury Estate property, complete with tennis and basketball courts, and two-hole golf course
At $16.8 million, it’s the priciest property currently on the market in the San Gabriel Valley city
Snyder bought the place from former LA Dodgers third baseman Adrián Beltré for $17.41 million in 2012
There’s plenty of room to catch a few rays at the infinity pool, while a separate guesthouse offers plenty of privacy for visitors
The Mediterranean-style mansion has a firepit for those long Californian evenings
The mansion flows easily from room-to-room, with multiple living areas adjoining a large covered terrace
With its wooden floors and ornate doors, the parlor has plenty of style for when the adults are ready to retire for a brandy
Another angle of the infinity pool and guesthouse, with a pink-hued Californian sunset
A West Coast institution, the In-N-Out burger chain holds a cult-like status amongst hamburger connoisseurs.
Since opening in the 1940s, it has expanded to 358 locations around California and the Southwest, and has recently expanded into Colorado.
The chain’s rampant success helped Snyder become the youngest female on the Forbes 400 Richest Americans list in 2018.
The thrice-divorced mother-of-four normally shuns publicity.
But in 2019, Snyder revealed how her Evangelical Christian faith helped her find success, and overcome three failed marriages and the death of her father.
Once boasting the wealthiest zip code in the country, Bradbury, Situated 22 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles, has since fallen slightly down the pecking order.
Wealthy residents include tech entrepreneur Lap Shun Hui, the former owner of Packard Bell, hall of fame horse trainer Richard Mandella, Chinese automotive tycoon Yang Rong.
The 3,400 square foot recreation room has multiple uses, from a dance studio to batting cage
One of the eleven bedrooms, with views stretching across the wealthy suburb of Bradbury
A large, sun-filled dining room at the property, which is on the market for $16.8m
One of the thirteen bathrooms at Snyder’s mansions shows off its stately opulence