An apartment with Budweiser cans covering nearly every floor-to-ceiling room retails for $ 100,000.
The 80-square-foot property, in Lake Worth, Florida, has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but a few Budweiser signs welcoming visitors outside the home give just a little hint of what’s inside.
The former beer-loving owner of the house, who is said to be a US Navy veteran who died in June, spent 16 years plastering nearly every wall and ceiling with empty cans of the popular beer, with stunning photos showing the demonstrate cleanliness of their creation.
The living room, both bedrooms, kitchen, and walk-in closet are among the rooms featured with the red and white cans adorning the walls and ceiling, according to TODAY.
The only rooms without cans are both bathrooms of the apartment. The condo also displays a variety of classic American memorabilia, including Buffalo Bills and baseball posters.
Adams-Kearney, who owns the real estate agency Kearney & Associates Realty, where the home is mention, said she’s been working in real estate for 15 years, but had never come across anything like the Budweiser apartment.
“ We’ve seen some things in our days because we’ve been through the short sale market and the foreclosure market, but nothing like that, ” she noted.
The real estate agent said she first heard about the property when she received a call from Kris Johnson, the estate’s representative from the owner, veteran Mike Amelotte, who passed away in June.
A Florida apartment with Budweiser cans covering almost every floor-to-ceiling room retails for $ 100,000 (£ 777.58)
The 815-square-foot property, in Lake Worth, near West Palm Beach, has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but its unique feature is the empty Budweiser cans that cover almost every wall and ceiling. Pictured, the dining room
The house’s former beer-loving owner, reportedly a US Navy veteran named Mike Amelotte, who died in June, spent 16 years plastering nearly every wall and ceiling with empty cans of the popular beer. Pictured, the bedroom
In the pint-sized kitchen (photo), the appliances including the oven and refrigerator and worktops are thankfully free of cans, but any new owner can still enjoy their presence on the walls
Outside the apartment, there is no sign of the incredible decor that is inside (photo). Realtor Kristen Adams-Kearney told TODAY she was ‘blown away’ on her first visit to the apartment
Amelotte is said to have bought his house in 1986 and started collecting cans after drinking them. According to Kris Johnson, the estate agent, he started the project to furnish his home in 1990. Pictured, the living room
The decoration has been done very neatly, showing Amelotte’s dedication to his beloved beer and house. Pictured, the walk-in closet
Adams-Kearney said she didn’t realize the house was decorated with actual tin cans until she walked in and discovered the unique feature. Pictured, the living room
The only rooms without cans are the apartment’s two bathrooms (pictured), although any new owner can be happy with that
Budweiser signs on the wall outside the apartment (photo) give just a small hint of the wonderful surprise waiting for potential new owners inside
Since being listed, Adams-Kearney said the apartment has had multiple listings and is now under contract with potential new owners who haven’t seen the home before making an offer
The property’s other bathroom is also free of cans, although any new owner can replenish their work if they wish