It’s the home that Double-Doubles built.
Billionaire In-N-Out Burger heiress Lynsi Snyder has listed her 19,000-square-foot mansion in the San Gabriel Valley’s glitzy Bradbury neighborhood for $19.8 million, Business Insider reported.
The 4.16-acre estate includes 10 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, a guest house, cabana, full-size basketball and tennis courts, a dance studio, a wine cellar and a tasting room. For the younger ones, a jungle gym, 20-seat movie theater, outdoor playground and trampoline are on site.
Bradbury, a wealthy enclave in the valley, is home to the first-ever In-N-Out Burger, as well as In-N-Out University, where managers and other employees are trained.
She purchased the mansion in 2012 — the same year she inherited half of the company — for $17.4 million, property records show.
Robin Marquez of Coldwell Banker has the listing.
Snyder gained full ownership of the company this year upon turning 35, making her one of the youngest female billionaires, according to Bloomberg. There are currently over 320 In-N-Out restaurants in six states, mostly on the West Coast. [BI] – Natalie Hoberman