Ebene Magazine – Boost Juice founder sells $ 30 million in homes

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Ebene Magazine - Boost Juice founder sells $ 30 million in homes

Janine Allis, a regular business and television company, has listed more than $ 30 million in Victorian properties, including a seaside home in Mad Max.

The Allis family will use the proceeds from the sale to fund a change of scene to the northern beaches in NSW.

The Boost Juice Empire founder and retail zoo partner yesterday listed her family’s Toorak mansion at $ 20 million to $ 22 million, shortly after she bought a waterfront home at 310 Great Ocean Road in Fairhaven for about $ 11 Million dollars.

« You plan your perfect life and then go, wait, we want another perfect life, » said Ms. Allis.

« Sometimes you pinch yourself. You know I’m from Boronia to even think I had a beautiful home, let alone two. I’m very grateful, grateful for the trip I had. »

The family’s vacation escape on the beach is known for performing as a family home with the title character Max – played by Mel Gibson in the 1979 hit Mad Max.

Allis is no stranger to television herself, having appeared as an investor in Shark Tank and in a celebrity season for Survivor Australia.

Marty Maher of Great Ocean Properties is selling the three-story, five-bedroom home with a pool, spa and unobstructed views of the surf break in Fairhaven.

« This house basically took two years to build and it was basically my passion house, but we called and said, ‘Let’s move on, let’s move on, » said Ms. Allis.

« The house is beautiful. It has great energy and a really great feeling. We certainly have a job trying to replace these two houses. »

The couple bought the elite property for $ 11 million in 2016, but demolished the existing six-bedroom home and replaced it with a modern masterpiece from award-winning Wolf Architects.

Senior architect Taras Wolf said the entire family home was designed to « age gracefully » and they were informed that « there is a certain toorakness that it needs to achieve ».

The three-story result consists of an elevator between the levels, a large entrance hall, a library, a home office overlooking an ornamental pond with a waterfall, a swimming pool, a sports field with a synthetic surface and a basement with a garage for five cars, a gym and a gym kitchenette.

« I do yoga and my vision was for my room to open up to this beautiful pond area that has turtles and fish and a waterfall, so it’s pretty nice, » said Ms. Allis.

Marshall White’s Marcus Chiminello listed the new residence for $ 20 million to $ 22 million. The expressions of interest are due by March 29th.

Last year, Allis sold a four-bedroom Noosa vacation home for $ 5.2 million after it was picked up in 2009 for $ 1.6 million.

The family has bought a block in the coveted Little Cove area of ​​the coastal town and plans to build another home there.

In 2019, she and her husband Jeff sold their home on Glenbrook Road in Malvern East for $ 6.3 million after buying it for $ 3.8 million.

Allis’ son Riley sold a home at 17 Leopold Street, Glen Iris, for $ 1.43 million last year, 18 months after buying it for $ 1.2 million.

He and his brother Oliver were the buyers for the frozen yogurt brand George Calombaris Yo-Chi last year.

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