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Boost Juice moguls Janine and Jeff Allis put their stunning Toorak home on the market

Selling up! Boost Juice moguls Janine and Jeff Allis put their stunning Toorak home on the market for a whopping $20-22million

Boost Juice founders Janine and Jeff Allis have put their luxurious Toorak family home on the market. 

According to Domain, the couple listed the palatial five-bedroom home with a whopping price guide of $20-22million this week.  

Records show that the 55-year-old businesswoman and her husband purchased the property for $11million in 2016. 

Selling up! Boost Juice founders Janine and Jeff Allis (both pictured) have put their luxurious Toorak family home on the market

Price tag: According to Domain, the couple have listed the palatial five-bedroom home with a whopping price guide of $20-22million

Price tag: According to Domain, the couple have listed the palatial five-bedroom home with a whopping price guide of $20-22million 

The publication claims the pair demolished the existing home and constructed a new house designed by Wolf Architects.

Designed with dark earthy tones, the stunning home is perfect for entertaining and features a large al fresco dining terrace with an open fire and a heated pool.  

The master suite boasts an ensuite and dual walk-in robes that open to a terrace overlooking the manicured garden. 

Open living: Designed with dark earthy tones, the stunning home is perfect for entertaining and features a large al fresco dining terrace with an open fire and a heated pool

Open living: Designed with dark earthy tones, the stunning home is perfect for entertaining and features a large al fresco dining terrace with an open fire and a heated pool

Upstairs there is a children’s zone featuring four bedrooms, a large bathroom and a rumpus room for little tots to play in.  

One of the properties most unusual features is the addition of a Pickle Tennis court. The sport is a game similar to tennis, using paddles instead of racquets.   

Janine, who has appeared in Australian Survivor and Shark Tank, told Domain that the family are planning on moving to Sydney’s Northern Beaches. 

Get active: One of the properties most unusual features is the addition of a Pickle Tennis court. The sport is a game similar to tennis, using paddles instead of racquets

Get active: One of the properties most unusual features is the addition of a Pickle Tennis court. The sport is a game similar to tennis, using paddles instead of racquets

‘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 Jeff share four children together – Samuel, 29, Oliver, 23, Riley, 21 and Tahlia, 11. 

This is the second property that the couple have sold in recent months, with the couple offloading their Noosa holiday home for $5.2million in December. 

According to Realestate.com.au, Janine purchased the property for $1.6million in 2009, and has since secured a nearby property in Noosa. 

Janine is estimated to have a net worth of $66million, largely thanks to her Boost Juice empire.

According to the Boost Juice website, Janine started the company back in 2000, with ‘no business experience – but unlimited passion and family support’.

There are now over 580 Boost Juice stores across 13 countries. 

‘I think that people think that you’ve got this magic formula to get it all right. And there were absolutely times when I got it all wrong,’ she told Daily Mail Australia in an exclusive interview in August 2019.

The Boost Juice mission is ‘to become one of the world’s most famous and loved brands’ and parent company Retail Zoo is estimated to turn over more than $350million annually. 

Future: Janine, who has appeared in Australian Survivor and Shark Tank, told Domain that the family are planning on moving to Sydney's Northern Beaches. Pictured: The luxe dining room

Future: Janine, who has appeared in Australian Survivor and Shark Tank, told Domain that the family are planning on moving to Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Pictured: The luxe dining room

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