The home at 76 Roderick St, Cornubia.FEED the visiting king parrots from the deck of this five-bedroom family home.The house at 76 Roderick St, Cornubia, has multiple indoor and outdoor living spaces, an in-ground swimming pool and a yard full of greenery.Carolyn and Paul Dutton bought the property in 2006 and gave it a revamp in the ensuing years.The couple redid the kitchen, bathrooms and outdoor decks, converted the garage into a fifth bedroom with a walk-in robe, and tidied the jungle of a garden.Dutton said the home had a country feel with timber cathedral ceilings and a fireplace in the lounge room.The pool is a hit in summer.The home has multiple split levels, with storage space under the house and a family room and guest bedroom at the front.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 2020Internal stairs lead from the family room to the hub of the home, which includes the modern kitchen, meals area, formal dining room and lounge.The family bathroom and four of the bedrooms are upstairs. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe, ensuite and balcony.Outside there is a covered deck, gazebo and in-ground pool.Curl up near the fire in winter.“We’ve had quite a few barbecues and parties on the back deck overlooking the swimming pool,” Dutton said. “It’s a lovely outdoor area and it is quite private with a lovely bush backdrop.”Dutton said she also loved sitting in the lounge room with the fire on in winter. “We love the house but we don’t need all the space anymore,” she said.“I’m going to miss the daily visit from the king parrots. They come in nearly every day and we feed them. We can have about eight at one time on our handrail.“I’ll also miss our great neighbours.”The home is being marketed by Joanne Johnson of RE/MAX Central Partners for offers over $695,000.