The house that Boost Juice built: Businesswoman and Shark Tank star Janine Allis lists her four-bedroom Noosa holiday home with rainforest views for sale
The 55-year-old businesswoman, who has appeared in reality shows Australian Survivor and Shark Tank, bought the house for $1.6million in 2009 but has since ‘traded up’ for a nearby property, reports Domain.
Located in Noosa Heads, the four-bedroom home features a stunning foyer and is just a short walk from the beach.
Four bedrooms and rainforest views! Boost Juice founder Janine Allis, 55, (pictured) has listed her Noosa holiday home for sale
Nature views! The 55-year-old former Survivor star bought the home for $1.6million in 2009, but has traded it to a nearby holiday home, according to Domain
The address is situated near the entrance of the world-famous Noosa National Park, and offers breathtaking rainforest views.
The living room is perfect for entertaining, and is set up with multiple seating areas.
The spacious interiors exemplify a sense of calm, thanks to the glass louvres, large panes and banks of bi-fold doors.
The living room is suited for entertaining, currently set up with multiple seating areas.
Nature: The home is situated near the entrance of world-famous Noosa National Park, offering head-turning rainforest views, and a short walk from nearby beaches
Spacious: Located in Noosa Heads, Queensland the four bedroom, three shower home features a head-turning almost celestial-height foyer of the ravishing residence
The design includes a restrained, neutral palette of finishes, with polished floors and statement walls of woven coconut fibre.
Records show that since buying the home a decade ago, Janine has installed a $40,000 pool and spent more than $720,000 on extensions and renovations.
Janine recently revealed why the coronavirus pandemic was the perfect time to revive the now-defunct Shark Tank.
Renovations: Records show since buying the home over a decade ago, Janine has installed a $40,000 pool and spent over $720,000 in extensions and renovations
‘The best ideas in history has been though adversity,’ she said.
Janine also noted that it’d be easy to produce Shark Tank under COVID-safe conditions as the ‘sharks’ are sat far apart from each other on set.
The same rules apply for contestants, who stand a significant distance away of the judges as they deliver their business proposals
Shark Tank Australia first aired in 2015, but has not been renewed since 2018.
Perfect for a pandemic! The program already adheres to social distancing standards, as judges Naomi Simson, Glen Richards, Janine Allis, Steve Baxter and Andrew Banks are usually positioned far away from each other on-set