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Heiress to In-N-Out fast food fortune worth $3.6 billion lists her 11-bedroom, 13-bathroom LA mansion

PHOTO: Lynsi Snyder has an estimated wealth of $3.6b, debuted on the Forbes 400 in 2018 as its youngest woman 

  • Lynsi Snyder, 38, the secretive heiress to a burger fortune, is selling her luxury 4.2 acre home 
  • The enormous mansion in the exclusive LA suburb of Bradbury boasts a two-hole golf course, basketball and tennis courts, and infinity pool 
  • The asking price of $16.8 is $3m less than when she put it on the market in 2017, and $600,000 less than she paid for it in 2012
  • The owner of the popular In-N-Out burger business has a net wealth of $3.6 billion, according to Forbes

Flipping burgers brought her a multi-billion dollar fortune, but it seems flipping houses is not quite as lucrative for In-N-Out heiress Lynsi Snyder.

The owner of the wildly popular West Coast burger chain has placed her palatial residence in the swanky Los Angeles suburb of Bradbury on the market for $16.8m, $3m less than she tried to sell it for in 2017.

The 11-bedroom, 13-bathroom luxury property has everything a Burger Queen could wish for.

‘From the resort-inspired backyard to the panoramic views and architectural perfection at every turn, this extraordinary home is a shining example of opulence done so well it will delight all your senses,’ according to the listing, with luxury agents Coldwell Banker.

The property boasts a six-car garage, billiards game room, 15-seater movie theater, fitness center, and gourmet kitchen with dual islands.

In-N-Out heiress Lynsi Snyder, whose grandparents founded the beloved fast food chain, has placed her amenity-loaded mansion onto the market for $16.8 million

In-N-Out heiress Lynsi Snyder, whose grandparents founded the beloved fast food chain, has placed her amenity-loaded mansion onto the market for $16.8 million

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