We see our fair share of unique properties here at Realty.com, but this one takes the… keg? A Florida resident decided to literally line the walls of their condo with beer cans. Whether this was their own novel version of recycling or rather an elaborate homage to their beverage of choice, the ends result is definitely unusual.
This 815 square foot, Lake Worth, FL., condominium was built in 1989 and has two bedrooms and 2 baths. The exterior looks, well, surprisingly normal and downright classic.
Walk through the front door though, and the party gets started! The entire living room, floor to ceiling and wall to wall, is lined in Budweiser cans. The king of beers is now arguably the king of interior decorating.
While this seems like maybe a social media influencer’s man cave, or a set for a beer-centeric podcast, it really is just the actual living room of a Florida condo. Granted, this might not be the ideal family home, but you can bet your beer bong that there’s someone out there who would be the ideal owner. Let’s take a further look.
Both the kitchen and dining room are equally designed in modern beer can chic.
We’ve kind of got to respect the thoroughness with which they executed their idea. Of course, it’s not everyone’s cup or tea, er, mug of beer… but they really did take their vision all the way through. Yes, both bedrooms have been fully Budweisered.
At this point, you might be wondering if even bathrooms are covered with beer cans. The answer may surprise you, but rest assured that it turns out the bathrooms are actually downright traditional.
We couldn’t end this piece on just a normal ol’ bathroom though, so let’s take a quick trip back through the bedroom and have a peek at the the closet. What do you suppose might be waiting for us in there?
You only get three guesses!
If you were thinking “more beer cans,” then crack yourself open a much deserved cold one and toss it back in honor of this exceptionally unusual home.
Well, that was our tour of beer can house. We hope you enjoyed it. If you’d like to see even more photos, take a look at our listing right here. The asking price is a highly-reasonable $110,000 if you happen to be in the market and a huge fan of Budweiser.
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