The home at 12-14 Cycas Court, Cornubia.KEN NOCK and his family are downsizing from their sprawling property at Cornubia.Mr Nock said they had lived at 12-14-Cycas Court for 15 years and were looking to stay in the area.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom architect-designed home was built by the original owner, a builder.“It’s a pretty original home,” Mr Nock said.“We’ve got 420 sqm under the roof, so it’s quite spacious.” The kitchen at 12-14 Cycas Court, Cornubia.He said his favourite part of the house was the southeast facing deck area, where the family often sat and enjoyed the breezes.Meanwhile, the master bedroom is at the front of the house beside an office/fifth bedroom, perfect if you need to work from home or get away from the kids.Mr Nock said the lower level of the home could be used as a granny flat or guest accommodation. One of the living spaces at 12-14 Cycas Court, Cornubia.The property, on a 3532 sqm block, is a traditional Queenslander-style home with modern materials.Only one of four properties on the top of the hill, Mr Nock described the home as unique.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 2020He said from the kitchen sink, families could enjoy views out to Stradbroke Island.“Our property is up quite high,” he said. The deck at 12-14 Cycas Court, Cornubia.Downstairs is a media/music room and third bathroom. This zone has a fully equipped theatre and is wired for vision and 7.1 surround sound. He said an up-and-coming family that wanted to surround their children with nature would be the perfect match for the property.“There’s plenty of room for the kids to play and grow,” he said.With direct access to the Cornubia mountain bike and walking trails, Mr Nock said people who liked the outdoors would really enjoy the surrounding area.