Boost Juice founder Janine Allis has relisted her coastal home in Victoria's Fairhaven for sale.
The 56-year-old had previously failed to attract a successful buyer for the incredible home in March this year.
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On the market: Boost Juice founder Janine Allis relisted her $10million coastal home featured in Mad Max for a lower price after failing to find a buyer. Pictured Janine and husband Jeff
The property, which has featured in the 1979 film Mad Max, was originally offered for sale for $10.8 million to $11.8 million.Previous
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Located 90 minutes from Melbourne CBD, the property boasts uninterrupted views to the Fairhaven surf break.
Janine and her husband Jeff Allis transformed the former beach shack into a modern tri-level property.
New price: According to Realestate.com.au , the businesswoman has now reduced her asking price to $10 million to $10.5 million
Stunning: Located 90 minutes from Melbourne CBD, the property boasts uninterrupted views to the Fairhaven surf break
It's one of only two properties on the ocean side that has steps direct to the sand.
The stunning property, which sits on a private 3008sq m block, has timber flooring throughout.
It also has floor-to-ceiling windows which offer incredible oceans views.
The home also has a media room, games room, malaysiaforyou.com an outdoor entertaining space and a swimming pool.
Spacious: The stunning property, which sits on a private 3008sq m block, has timber flooring throughout
Janine told Domain in March that her and her family are planning on moving to Sydney's Northern Beaches.
'We had a big chat at the end of last year, and we still need to be near a big city because of work [but we love the ocean], so the northern beaches of NSW here we come,' she said.
Janine and her husband recent Cloud Gestware blog post Jeff share four children together - Samuel, 29, Oliver, 23, Riley, 21 and Tahlia, 11.