In case you’re ever skeptic about America’s love for fast food, or you hear something about its popularity waning, look no further than the estate, now for sale, of Ms. Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson to put all doubt to rest.
America’s youngest female billionaire, Ms. Snyder-Ellingson is the 35-year-old heiress to the entire In-N-Out Burger business. She is the sole owner, a status awarded her after her grandmother passed in 2006.
Located at 340 Old Ranch Road on more than 4 acres, her home is a mere 18,700 square feet (the primary residence) and sits in the bedroom community of Bradbury, CA, in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles County.
There are 10 bedrooms and the full bathrooms number three more than that. Of course there’s a wine cellar and home theater.
The home is seemingly ideal for the athletic type, as it boasts a tennis court next to a basketball court, indoor batting cage, game room with bar, full gym, and a spa.
It also does a remarkable job of integrating the outdoors, which is highlighted by a small, private par-3 fairway that runs directly to the expansive patios and infinity pool.
Guests can stay in a three bedroom home off of the main house, totaling a modest 2,500 square feet.
This is an amazing story about the popularity of In-N-Out, given that the burger chain only exists in the western half of the country, and has in fact become known for that, as it’s often a right of passage for east coasters to try out one of the industry’s best burgers and the restaurant’s not-so-secret menu.
The house was bought for $17.4 million in 2012 and is now on the market for $19.799.