Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis sells her stunning 'Mad ...

Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis sells her stunning 'Mad ...
Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis sells her stunning 'Mad ...
Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis sells her stunning beachside pad in Victoria used in the original Mad Max film for $10 million

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Boost Juice founder Janine Allis has sold her beachside Fairhaven home in a $10 million dollar deal.  

Allis, 56, who is also a former reality TV star, listed the pad in Victoria earlier this year as her family plan to move north to the Northern Beaches in NSWRealestate.com.au reported on Friday. 

The stunning Great Ocean Road home was famously featured in the original 1979 Mad Max film as Max's beach house and had garnered a lot of interest from buyers before the sale. 

What a deal: Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis has sold her stunning 'Mad Max' beachside pad in a $10 million dollar deal

What a deal: Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis has sold her stunning 'Mad Max' beachside pad in a $10 million dollar deal

'It was a relatively quick sale - the people definitely knew what they were looking for and acted on it,' recalled Great Ocean Properties, Aireys Inlet agent Marty Maher.

Maher explained the buyers love the 'privacy' offered by the pad and the beachside location.  

The sale of the home is a brand new property record for the Surf Coast Shire. 

A piece of movie history: The Great Ocean Road home was famously featured in the original 1979 Mad Max film as Max's beach house

A piece of movie history: The Great Ocean Road home was famously featured in the original 1979 Mad Max film as Max's beach

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