The 35-year-old billionaire president of In-N-Out Burger is selling her California mansion for $19.8 million - here's a look inside

  • Lynsi Snyder, the billionaire president of In-N-Out Burger, listed her Southern California home for $19.8 million.
  • She moved into the mansion in 2012.
  • The property includes 18 bathrooms, 10 bedrooms, athletic courts, a guest house, cabana, and other luxurious additions.

After five years in her mansion, billionaire president Lynsi Snyder is just like her company, In-N-Out. 

The heiress of the fast food burger chain listed her California's San Gabriel Valley home for $19.8 million. The area is home to the first In-N-Out restaurant and In-N-Out University. 

Snyder inherited half of the company in 2012, and bought the 19,000 square-foot home that same year. The 35-year-old became In-N-Out's sole owner earlier in 2017 and is one of the youngest female billionaires.

In-N-Out is expanding to Colorado, but the reclusive president hasn't said where she'll move next.

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The 19,000 square-foot home has a full-sized batting cage

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The property is in the small city of Bradbury — one of the wealthiest areas of the country. The town has gated communities from its history in horse ranching and one ranch is still right next door.

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Snyder purchased the home in 2012 from baseball star Adrian Beltre, who installed a full-sized batting cage. Athletic types can also get their work in with full-size basketball and tennis courts and a chipping and putting green for the golfers. A dance studio and exercise room can be found indoors.

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The property is great for outdoor entertainment with a fire pit surrounded by shade from palm trees and the nearby mountains. The flat back lawn is spacious and provides a wonderful view for visitors.

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Spanning 4.16 acres, the mansion has 10 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms.

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The main house also contains a temperature-controlled wine cellar and tasting room, perfect to store some drinks from the California grapevines.

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The master suite is chock full of amenities such as a fireplace, adjoined second bedroom, and massive closets and bathrooms.

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The home has a private spa and sauna for extra pampering. Children can have their own fun with an outdoor playground, jungle gym, trampoline, indoor game room, and 20-seat movie theater.

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There is a 2,500-square-foot guest house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, bamboo floors, and a two-car garage. Guests can also make themselves at home with a fully functional kitchen stocked with Viking appliances.

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The poolside area has kitchens and dining facilities indoors and outdoors so cooking and eating can be done even in the rare California rain.

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