Press "Enter" to skip to content

In-N-Out heiress Lynsi Snyder re-lists her Bradbury mansion for $16.8 million



In-N-Out Burger heiress Lynsi Snyder’s palatial Mediterranean-style home in Bradbury is back on the market.

The asking price is $16.8 million.

Synder bought the 4-plus-acre spread in 2012 from former Los Angeles Dodgers player Adrián Beltré for $17.41 million, property records show. She’s had it on and off the market since 2017 for as much as $19.79 million.

Completed in 2010, the 18,687-square-foot house and guest house have 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and a seamless indoor-outdoor design.

The main home features a master suite that includes a sitting room with a fireplace, an extravagant bathroom, two walk-in closets, a private office and a hair salon.

Other highlights include a gourmet kitchen, temperature-controlled wine cellar and tasting room.

There’s also a billiards game room with a wet bar, movie theater and fitness center.

The backyard boasts a 3,400-square-foot recreation building, a cabana with dining areas and a full outdoor kitchen and resort-inspired amenities. They include an infinity-edge pool, a two-hold golf course with sand traps and practice putting green, and regulation tennis and basketball courts.

A vineyard, mature landscaping and fruit trees complete the grounds.

Joe Chiovare and Ronald Chang of Coldwell Banker Realty share the listing.

Synder, 38, is president and owner of In-N-Out Burger, one of Southern California’s most popular fast-food chains. It was founded by her grandparents, Harry and Esther Snyder, in 1948. After her grandfather died in December 1976 at 63, the company fell to her uncle and later her father both of whom died young — Rich, 41, in a Santa Ana plane crash in 1993 and Guy, 48, from an accidental prescription drug overdose in 1999. Esther ran the company until she died in August 2006 at 86.

Today, Snyder has a net worth of $3.6 billion, according to Forbes.



Source: Orange County Register

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: