The wraparound veranda at 128 Boswell Tce, Manly.“It’s taken a long time but everything except the kitchen, living, and dining room, and a deck at the back, has been done.“But all the plans for it are ready to go.”The majority of the upstairs area is beautifully presented with fresh white paint and light-filled interiors. The original open-plan kitchen, dining and living area is ready for renovation and there is already a new butler’s pantry opening to the veranda.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 The master bedroom at 128 Boswell Tce, Manly.The master bedroom has a walk-in robe, built-in robe and ensuite with shower.The second bedroom has a built-in robe and there is a family bathroom with toilet, basin and separate bath and shower.At the front of the home there is a big, shaded veranda. The home at 128 Boswell Tce, Manly.THIS mostly renovated 1920s Queenslander on a big block is close to the Esplanade. The home at 128 Boswell Tce, known as Myora, has a double-car garage, good sized bedrooms and indoor and outdoor living. Character features include timber floors, VJ walls, high ceilings and a lead light front door.Owners Robyn and Russell Ellem are selling to downsize. “When Russell bought the home in March 2001 it was a traditional Queenslander with closed in verandas,” Mrs Ellem said. The downstairs living area and kitchen at 128 Boswell Tce, Manly.Downstairs, there is a laundry and a big living space, with kitchen and tiled flooring, opening to the wraparound patio. There is a carport with space for four cars, work shed and two rain water tanks.Mrs Ellem said she’d miss the bay breezes. The carport at 128 Boswell Tce, Manly.“We live a lot on the side veranda and downstairs under the veranda — it’s so cool in summer,” she said.“Russell will miss his shed — he’s only just finished it.” Mrs Ellem said the home would make the perfect family home. The property is being marketed by Margaret Vote, of Raine & Horne Wynnum Manly, and will be auctioned on October 28 at 2pm.
Charlene BoehmCharlene Boehm, 84, of Wellington, passed from this world into her Saviors arms on February 12, 2013 at Sumner Regional Medical Center.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, February 15, 2013 at the First Baptist Church in Nash. Burial will be in the New Home Cemetery. Visitation will be held Thursday from 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the Hawks.-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington. To honor her memory memorials may be made to the Golden Living Center in Wellington or the First Baptist Church of Nash, Okla. For further information or to send a condolence please visit www.hawks.funeralhome.com.Charlene was born on August 25, 1928, 3 Â½ miles east of Jet to Charles and Lila Jett Trimble. She was the oldest of four children. On January 31, 1947 she was united in marriage with Delbert Boehm in Anthony. They lived most of their married life on a farm south of Nash, Okla.. Charlene was a very caring and loving wife, mother and grandmother. The last six years of her life she spent in Wellington. She stayed with her daughter and her husband for two years and spent the remaining four in Golden Living Center in Wellington. This was due to a stroke and dementia. Charlene was a member of the First Baptist Church in Nash. Those remaining to share her legacy, are her brother, Gerald Trimble of San Diego, CA., son Delbert Boehm Jr. and wife Teri of Jet, Okla., daughter Peggy Lawrence and her husband Richard of Wellington, step daughter Jackie Jeanine Durante of Medford, Okla.. Grandchildren, Candi Bonine of Cushing, Okla., Cara Martin and husband Chester of Enid, Okla., Gage Boehm of Jet, Okla., Brady Lawrence and wife Stephanie and Clinton Lawrence and wife Sarah of Wellington, step granddaughter, Wailani Gjertsen and husband Paul and family of Chicago, Illinois, and step grandson, Terry Twedell and wife Lisa of Burleson, Texas, four great granddaughters and 6 great grandsons and good friend Jeep Rutherford. Charlene was very proud of her heritage. Her grandfather Henry Jettsâ€™ family founded the town of Jet. She spent many summers as a child with grandpa and grandma â€œMattieâ€ Jett. Charlene is preceded in death by her parents, husband, two year old brother, Jimmy Ray Trimble, sister and brother-in-law, Jo and Max Yoder, and good friends D D and Virginia Skaggs.