Lynsi Snyder

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By neotrix @ 2010-09-30 12:13:00
Lynsi Snyder (previously Lynsi Martinez and Lynsi Torres) lives here in the exclusive "Bradbury Estates" guard-gated community with her fourth husband, Sean Ellingson. She purchased the compound in August 2012 for $17.411 million, one of the biggest home sales in the "San Gabriel Valley" area of Los Angeles ever.

Snyder is the only heir to the fortune of In-N-Out Burger, where she currently serves as President and is reportedly one of the world's youngest female billionaires.

The 4+ acre compound was built in 2010 and features 16,600 of total living space, which includes 7 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. There is also a tennis court, basketball court, indoor batting cage, movie theater, infinity pool, and an 8-car garage.

The property was built and sold by pro baseball player Adrian Beltre and his wife Sandra. He currently plays for the Texas Rangers and has also played for the Seattle Mariners, LA Dodgers, and Boston Red Sox.
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