Would You Buy A Condo Covered In Budweiser Cans?
by Rudy Sanchez on 09/24/2020 | 2 Minute Read
Having one’s home filled with thousands of empty beer cans might be a sign of a drinking problem or, in the case of a condo recently listed in Florida, perhaps it’s the act of a real man of genius.
Or a Florida Man. Whatever.
A condominium in picturesque Lake Worth, Florida, just 8.5 miles from Trump International West Palm Beach Golf Resort, was recently put on the market and features an unusual interior decor that makes up for the lack of curb appeal. The entire 815 sqft condo comes festooned with Budweiser cans along the walls and ceiling, save for the more ordinarily appointed bathrooms.
The cans are organized tidily and deliberately throughout and also get used as crown molding. The previous owner, besides their obvious Budweiser fandom, was also a New York Yankees fan, as the pictures in the listing show memorabilia on display in several rooms. Real estate agent Kristen Kearney told Realtor.com that the recently deceased previous owner had to wallpaper his home with cans of his favorite beer as it was his “life’s mission.”
When Kearney posted the listing on her business’ Facebook page, Budweiser took notice and offered to stock the fridge with beer, so long as the new owners don’t renovate.