Frank Lickliter's Former Home Hits Market for $939,000
Professional golfer Frank Lickliter's former Ponte Vedra Beach home hits the market for $939,000.
Measuring 5,021 square feet, the home sits on a half acre lot in Sawgrass Players Club and is walking distance to the TPC Sawgrass clubhouse, home of The PLAYERS Championship. The home features 4 bedrooms, with a master suite on the main floor and additional master suite upstairs. The 39 foot balcony on the rear of the home overlooks the adjacent lagoon and Dye's Valley golf course of TPC Sawgrass.
Updates to the home include new stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen and tile floors throughout. A screened deck in the back houses a 14' heated swim spa. The house boasts ample storage and also has an additional climate-controlled bonus room in the garage that can be used as a workshop or massage room.
Lickliter joined the PGA Tour in 1996 and won events in 2001 and 2003. He tied for 4th place in the 1998 PGA Championship held in Redmond, WA.
County records show Lickliter originally purchased the home in 1999 and moved out in 2004. The current owner is listed as Dr. Karen Moriarty, notable for defending and advancing Michael Jackson's legacy across the globe. Her works include Defending a King: His Legacy & Life and Baby Richard: A Four-Year-Old Comes Home.
The home is currently represented by Carol Light Manning of The Luxury Leaders Team. Carol can be reached at email@example.com or (904) 803-7729.