A Florida real estate listing is catering to a specific audience with this unique home. The house is decorated with Budweiser beer cans covering the walls and ceiling. Cue the song ’99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall’.
From the exterior, the condo at 4707 Lucerne Lakes Boulevard looks like any other condo in Florida’s Lucerne Greens complex. It has the same yellow-tinted paint job, dark brown trim, and manicured lawn as its neighbors.
The difference between Apartment 102 and its neighbors is apparent once you step inside. The previous owner seemed to have an extensive hobby. Every wall, as well as the ceilings, are blanketed in empty cans of Budweiser beer.
The majority of the 815 square foot, 1989 house has a layer of aluminum on the walls from all the cans. The living area, crown molding, kitchen, bedrooms, and even the walk-in closet are all styled with the silver cans. In fact, the only place that doesn’t have cans covering the surfaces is the two bathrooms.
In addition to the apparent love for the St. Louis-based beer, the previous owner also has New York Yankees memorabilia throughout the home.
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“They warned me that the home was wallpapered in beer cans,” listing agent Kristen Adams-Kearney of Kearney & Associates told Realtor.com. “And I thought to myself, ‘Well, I wonder where in the world they found beer-can wallpaper.’ It was his life’s mission to wallpaper his home in beer cans, and he did it.”
On realtor.com, the listing reads, “Budweiser’s biggest fan meticulously adorned the walls and ceilings with Budweiser beer cans to display and showcase their intense love for one of America’s favorite domestic brews! Whether you keep the current decor for your Youtube beer show or decide to renovate the home, this property offers tons of entertainment potential!”
The lengthy description concludes with “Raise a glass to originality and call now to schedule your private tour of this unbelievable opportunity! Cheers!”
The house’s price is $100,000, which sounds like a good investment for the ultimate man-cave.
The word about the one-of-a-kind home made its way to Budweiser, who sent out a tweet regarding the previous owner.
So all we can say is sir, this Bud’s for you.
[H/T Food & Wine]