Lynsi Torres of In-N-Out Burgers Selling her Glendora Property
Lynsi Torres, the 30-year-old billionaire owner and heiress of the "In-N-Out" food chain is selling her sizable Glendora, California property. The mansion has hit the listing market with an asking price of $2.5 million.
Located in the Glendora area of Los Angeles County, the estate is spread across a huge area of 7018 square feet and comprises of six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms. The double story home features complete marble and hardwood flooring and two sets of staircases each at the front and back of the home. A spacious foyer, a library and a walk-in pantry with a double island modern kitchen are also part of of the house. A family room with a cozy fireplace opens up to a central courtyard. A spa, a swimming pool and a four car garage are some of the other amenities of the residence, reports Real Estalker.
Apart from the Glendora home, Torres also owns another gated community in the same area, which she purchased back in 2010, when she was married to Richard Martinez, a former employee of In-N-Out Burger. Martinez and Torres separated in 2011.
Torres recently splurged on a Bradbury Mansion worth $17.4 million, which previously belonged to former L.A dodger, Adrian Beltre, reports Daily Mail.
Torres has been married thrice. She has two children with Martinez and two stepdaughters with current husband, Val Torres Jr. whom she married in 2011 after her divorce with Martinez. Torres is media-shy and maintains a low profile. Recently, Bloomberg named her the "Youngest American Woman Billionaire". She is a drag-race enthusiast as well, reports Celebrity Networth.
A book titled, "In-N-Out Burger: A Behind-the-Counter Look at the Fast-Food Chain that Breaks All the Rules" was published by author Stacy Perman. It is a detailed story of the In-N-Out success story.