The billionaire Lynsi Snyder, president and owner of In-N-Out Burger, has put her mansion in Bradbury, CA, on the market once again.
It’s a little cheaper this time around—the enormous estate in Southern California is now available for $16.8 million. She previously entertained the idea of selling in 2017 and 2018—with an asking price of $19,799,000.
Snyder purchased the 11-bedroom, 14-bathroom mansion in 2012 from the future baseball Hall of Famer Adrián Beltré, for $17,411,000.
Sitting on over 4 acres, the huge home is located off the beaten billionaire path in Bradbury Estates, an elite community near the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, 10 minutes northeast of Pasadena.
It was ideal for Snyder in many ways, partly due to the location—it’s one of the upscale neighborhoods closest to the former In-N-Out headquarters in nearby Baldwin Park, CA.
“This exclusive community originally was developed when owners and trainers from the Santa Anita Racetrack in Arcadia were looking for their own private horse stables,” explains Joe Chiovare, who, with Ronald Chang, has the listing. Both are affiliated with the Arcadia office of Coldwell Banker Realty.
It was also ideal for Snyder, because of the Bradbury Estates’ 24-hour guard-gated security. Snyder has been the victim of two foiled kidnapping attempts and has four children. Her estate is equipped with extensive security systems.
But the impressive aspects of her estate go beyond security. The mansion includes luxe features like a hair salon, an approximately 3,400-square-foot recreation center—which could be used as a ballroom, dance studio, or batting cage—a billiard-room with a wet bar, a lavish movie theater, and a spalike fitness center, plus a temperature-controlled wine cellar and tasting room.
The outdoor luxury features include a vineyard, a private two-hole golf course with sand traps, and a putting green. In addition to the regulation basketball and tennis courts, there’s an infinity-edge pool and a chic cabana with dining areas and a full outdoor kitchen.
The gardens are meticulously maintained, with mature landscaping and fruit trees.
The mansion was originally developed in 2010, and has 18,687 square feet of living space. Modern Mediterranean in design, it features a circular motor court and a chandeliered grand entrance portico that leads to a two-story entry hall with double staircases and marble floors.
Beyond is an open floor plan that encompasses a gourmet kitchen with two generous islands, custom wood cabinetry, and a separate prep kitchen. There’s also a fully equipped outdoor kitchen.
The master suite upstairs is spectacular. The space has a sitting room with a fireplace, a spacious bathroom, two expansive walk-in closets, and a private office.
In addition to the main mansion, there’s a plush guesthouse that could double as a full-time residence. The guest residence has an open floor plan, large kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage.
There’s also parking for multiple cars at the estate. That’s reportedly where Snyder, a drag-racing fan and competitive driver, keeps her modified 1941 Willys, which viewers saw on an episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
But wait—there’s more. According to Chiovare, this massive mansion’s greatest asset is the views.
“There are truly so many things about this estate that make it absolutely remarkable,” he says. “But the views that you’re able to experience from almost every room in the house, and from each of the outdoor living areas, are undeniably breathtaking: Catalina, downtown L.A., city lights looking south and southwest, gorgeous San Gabriel Mountains looking to the north. It’s a very unique five-star luxury, resortlike atmosphere.”
Snyder, 38, became the youngest American female billionaire on her 35th birthday, when she inherited full ownership of the burger empire founded by her grandparents, Harry and Esther Snyder, in 1948.