12 Mansions Owned By Food And Restaurant Tycoons

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From fast food chains to beverages, the food industry can be pretty lucrative.In-N-Out Burger owner Lynsi Martinez just dropped $17.4 million on a Los Angeles estate, and we decided to track down other food and restaurant execs homes as well.

Pizza Hut chairman Richard Freeland owns a 30,000-square-foot mansion in Indiana that looks like a castle. It reportedly cost $35 million.

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In-N-Out Burger heiress Lynsi Martinez just bought this Bradbury, Calif., mansion for $17.4 million. The home features a 20-seat theatre and a 1,300-square-foot pool cabana area.

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Paul Fribourg, CEO of Continental Grain and a director of Burger King, paid $27.2 million for a co-op on Fifth Avenue. The home, which is in a building from 1910, has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a grand reception room.

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Former Burger King CEO Bradley Blum bought a condo on Fifth Avenue for $3.7 million in 2010. The home boasts almost 11-foot ceilings.

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The founder of Phillips Seafood, Steve Phillips, listed his $32 million Annapolis estate this year. The home sits on 23 acres of land and was built in 1922.

Pink Taco CEO (and son of Hard Rock Cafe co-founder Peter Morton) Harry Morton listed his West Hollywood place in 2009 for $2.895 million. The home has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and spans nearly 2,000 square feet.

Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, owns this East Hampton estate. The property has a tennis court and a sizable amount of beachfront property.

Chipotle CEO Steve Ells sold his Jane Street home for $16.5 million this year. The home is five stories high and has a large outdoor area enclosed by 35-foot-high walls.

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California Pizza Kitchen CEO Fred F. Wolfe sold his Long Beach, Calif., place for $1.078 million. The home was built in 1950, and spans 2,550 feet.

The former CEO of Pepsi, Don Kendall, has listed his Greenwich, Conn. home for $6.9 million. The Tudor home sits on nearly 9 acres, and has 9 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, spanning 12,300 square feet.

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Campbell's Soup heiress Dodo Hamilton is trying to sell her $15.75 million Newport, R.I. summer home. The house sits on 25 acres and has seven bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and one half-bath.

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