One of the many entertaining areas at 61 Dover St, Hawthorne.“It was just a normal night, and we were sitting out on the deck and he just proposed,” Mrs Devlin said.“This is also the first house we brought our two-year-old son Timmy home to.” The home at 61 Dover St, Hawthorne.Moving on from 61 Dover St will be hard for Sam and Victoria Devlin, with it being the birthplace of many memories.Not long after moving into the two-level Hawthorne home, Mr Devlin proposed to his now wife. The new kitchen is both stylish and functional.Upstairs there is an open plan kitchen and living, two more living spaces, a powder room, another bedroom and a master with ensuite and robe.Mrs Devlin said one of her favourite spaces in the home was outdoors on the deck.“We’ve had so many amazing parties,” she said. “There’s so much outdoor entertaining space so our friends always come here.” Open plan living, kitchen and dining.She said while she loved the home, it was time to sink her teeth into another challenge.“We want to have more kids and find our forever house,” she said.“We feel like it’s time for the next project.”Mrs Devlin said the house was great for professionals who loved entertaining, with access to the CityCat nearby, and it would also be perfect for those looking to downsize. Beautiful bay windows with nook seating is featured in the home.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 2020The house has been extensively renovated, with a new kitchen, lighting and flooring, along with major landscaping and a fresh lick of paint inside and out.Mrs Devlin said they wanted to keep the character of the 1930s Queenslander, but give it a modern and relaxing touch.“Once you’re in the house you feel like you’re in your own little sanctuary,” she said.The lower floor has three bedrooms, a bathroom, a laundry, two living areas and a double lockup garage. Modern bathrooms feature in the home.