LAKE WORTH, Fla. — This is the house Budweiser built -- literally.
A South Florida condo owner spent years lining the walls of his place with empty Budweiser, creating his own "beer haven." And now it gets to be passed off to a new owner.
While the listing doesn't share how many cans fill the walls of the 815 square-foot Lake Worth condo, let's just say...it's a lot. In a photo of the dining room alone, you can see nearly 530 cans spanning a portion of one wall. The only place free of Budweiser cans is the condo's bathrooms, according to a release.
It's an effort worth raising a glass to, plus all that work seemingly paid off in more way than one for both the seller and the new owner.
The “House of Budweiser” went into escrow following a bidding war landing the original creator more than their $100,000 asking price. And the new owner has landed themselves free beer from the company itself.
The only condition? Don't change a thing.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom space covered floor-to-ceiling in Budweiser cans must stay intact and unchanged in the future for the reward to stand.
"As the 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,'" a press release states.
You can get a look at the condo for yourself here.
Florida man sells Budweiser house
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