In-N-Out owner Lynsi Snyder is finally saying goodbye to her burger palace. After re-listing her palatial Bradbury mansion for $16.9 million last Spring, Snyder has found a buyer.
According to the L.A. Times, Snyder is parting ways with the two-home property for $16.25 million. Per property records, it’s technically a loss for Snyder, who paid $17.21 million for the homes in 2012.
The estate features 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms across a combined 18,687 square feet. Lux amenities include a movie theater, a wine cellar and tasting room. The new owner and guests can burn off those burger calories thanks to basketball and tennis courts, a two-hole golf course and the property’s own rec center.
Snyder, whose grandparents founded the fast food chain, originally listed to mansion in 2017 for $19.8 million, before pulling the option.
Joseph Chiovare and Ronald Chang of Coldwell Banker Realty held the listing.