Janine Allis sells ‘Mad Max house’

The Fairhaven home, with views to Split Point Lighthouse, has been used as a holiday rental asking $2500 a night.

Boost Juice founder and Celebrity Apprentice adviser, Janine Allis, has sold a Fairhaven beach house after nearly a year.

The waterfront property on 3009 square metres at 310 Great Ocean Road has collected $10 million – a Surf Coast record.

It hit the market in February with a $10.8-$11.8m guide.

The property famously dubbed as Max Rockatansky’s hideout in 1979 movie Mad Max.

Ms Allis picked it up for $1.1m in 2000.

Six years ago, it underwent a renovation and extension (story continues below).

Janine Allis sold her former Toorak family home to Heloise Pratt for $22 million.

With six bedrooms, it has recently been utilised as a holiday rental asking $2500 a night.

Great Ocean Properties’ Marty Maher and Mim Atkinson were the agents.

The sale comes nine months since the same vendor sold her Melbourne family home in Whernside Avenue, Toorak, for $22m to Heloise Pratt – the daughter of Jeanne and the late Richard – 24 hours after the first inspection.

Ms Allis listed both properties concurrently after moving to New South Wales’ northern beaches.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.