Article by Creative Loafing Tampa Bay.
An impressive Bayshore mansion once owned by a local judge and state senator is now for sale in South Tampa.
Built in 1986 by Paul Revere Kickliter and his wife Lucille, the home is located at 4605 Bayshore Blvd., and is currently owned by Cord Christensen and Katie Turner, both of whom are executives for pet health company PetIQ.
The 5,304-square-foot home 5-bedrooms and 5-bathrooms, as well as wide plank walnut flooring, a whole house generator, a pool and spa and great views of Hillsborough Bay.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, Kickliter represented Hillsborough County in the Florida state Senate from 1954-1958. In the 1955-56 legislative session, Kickliter was instrumental in establishing the University of South Florida, offering to donate 1,000 acres to the school, and was also involved in extending State Road 581 built out to USF. Kickliter died in 2005 at the age of 85.