This $100,000 Florida condo is completely covered in empty beer cans, and Budweiser just upped the ante
One Florida man's mission to cover his entire condo with empties is now on the market for $100,000.
Located at 4707 Lucerne Lakes Blvd E, Apt 102, in Lake Worth, Florida, listing agent Kristen Kearney says the previous owner, who has since passed away, was a lifelong fan of Budweiser beer. “It was his life’s mission to wallpaper his home in beer cans,” said Kearney to Realtor.com, “and he did it.”
As you can see, besides the bathrooms, the entire two-bedroom home is lined with Buds, even the ceilings and the master closet. There's even Budweiser crown molding. Recently Budweiser took notice, and posted about the condo on their Facebook account, along with the caption "The perfect house doesn't ex–."
Kearny told the listing site that the condo has since received multiple offers. Now, as a new owner prepares to take residence in this beer lover’s paradise, Budweiser has decided to up the ante by saying, “You buy it, we’ll supply it. As long as you don’t renovate.” The brand has generously offered to stock the fridge with the house’s namesake beer, as long as the new owners keep the home intact. To accept the award, they, or the realty group, simply need to comment on Budweiser’s social media post about the giveaway and prove ownership.
Photos via Realtor.com. This gallery originally appeared in Creative Loafing Tampa Bay.