Florida condo covered with beer cans inside

If you love beer and you’re looking for a place to live, there’s a perfect home to buy.

An 815-square-foot condominium at 4707 Lucerne Lakes Boulevard in Lake Worth, Florida is covered in actual beer cans. Every. Single. Room.

Listing agent Kristin Kearney of Kearney & Associates Realty told realtor.com that the late owner was a lifelong fan of Budweiser.

“It was his life’s mission to wallpaper his home in beer cans, and he did it,” Kearney told the real estate website.

The condo also contains sports memorabilia on the beer-can walls.

The condominium was priced to sell at $110,000, and then listed at ten grand less earlier this month.

Apparently, there was a thirst for the place. The home is currently under contract.

On her first visit to Apartment 102, “I was just blown away,” Kearney told Today Home. “I really didn’t know what to think. “It’s just such a unique place.”

The listing appeals directly to beer lovers: “Social Media Worthy Condo Brewed to Perfection in Lake Worth!”

The group of condominiums, painted a deep buttercream color on the exterior, offer tidy landscaping, palm trees and a nearby creek. The beer-can condo is a spacious two-bedroom two-bath corner unit.

“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!” according to the listing. “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 interior features a kitchen that partially opens to the living room with a pass-through window and lots of counterspace and cabinetry. There’s a separate dining area and screened porch. Amenities include a community pool, clubhouse and tennis courts.

The master bedroom is large with a ceiling fan, large walk-in closet, and an attached and updated shower.

“Raise a glass to originality and call now to schedule your private tour of this unbelievable opportunity!” the listing reads. “Cheers!”

David Caraccio is a video producer for The Sacramento Bee who was born and raised in Sacramento. He is a graduate of San Diego State University and longtime journalist who has worked for newspapers as a reporter, editor, page designer and digital content producer.

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