Billionaire Lynsi Snyder, president and owner of In-N-Out Burger, has put her Bradbury, CA mansion back on the market. This time it‘s a bit cheaper – the huge property in Southern California is now available for $ 16.8 million. He previously considered the idea of selling in 2017 and 2018, with a starting price of $ 19,799,000.
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“This exclusive community was originally developed when the owners and trainers of the Santa Anita Racetrack in Arcadia were looking for their own private horse stables,” explains Joe Chiovare, who, with Ronald Chang, has the list. Both are affiliated with the Arcadia office of Coldwell Banker Realty. It was also ideal for Snyder, due to Bradbury Estates’ 24-hour security. Snyder has been the victim of two frustrated kidnapping attempts and has four children. Your farm is equipped with extensive security systems. But the impressive aspects of your estate go beyond security. The mansion includes luxurious features such as a hair salon, approximately 3,400 square foot recreation center, which could be used as a ballroom, dance studio or batting cage, a billiard room with a wet bar, a luxurious movie theater, and a spa-like gym, plus temperature-controlled wine cellar and tasting room.
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Luxury outdoor features include a vineyard, a private two-hole golf course with sand traps, and a putting green. In addition to regulation basketball and tennis courts, there is an infinity pool and elegant cabana with dining areas and a full outdoor kitchen. The grounds are meticulously maintained, with mature landscaping and fruit trees.
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The mansion was originally developed in 2010 and has 18,687 square feet of living space. Modern Mediterranean in design, it features a circular motor courtyard and large chandelier entry portico leading to a two-story entry foyer with double staircases and marble floors.
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Beyond is an open floor plan that includes a gourmet kitchen with two generous islands, custom wood cabinets, and a separate prep kitchen. There is also a fully equipped outdoor kitchen.
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The upstairs master suite is spectacular. The space has a living room with a fireplace, a spacious bathroom, two large walk-in closets, and a private office.
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In addition to the main mansion, there is a luxurious guest house that could function as a full-time residence. The guest residence has an open floor plan, large kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage.
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There is also parking for several cars on the farm. This is reportedly where Snyder, a drag racing fanatic and competitive racer, keeps his modified 1941 Willys, which viewers saw in an episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage.” But wait, there’s more. According to Chiovare, the biggest asset of this huge mansion is the views. “There really are so many things about this property that make it absolutely remarkable,” he says. “But the views you can experience from almost every room in the house and from every one of the outdoor living areas are undeniably impressive: Catalina, downtown Los Angeles, the city lights looking out over the sky. south and southwest, the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains looking north. It’s a very exclusive five-star luxury with a resort-like feel. ”Snyder, 38, became the youngest American billionaire on her 35th birthday, when she inherited full ownership of the burger empire founded by her grandparents. , Harry and Esther Snyder, in 1948. This story originally appeared on realtor.com.