Why? Well, the walls of the “social media-worthy” condo are covered almost entirely in empty cans of Budweiser.
Whoever the current owner and seller of this condo is clearly has a thing for the American-style pale lager. Every single room, save for one ordinary bathroom, is decorated floor-to-ceiling with cans of Budweiser.
Though it’s impossible to ignore the beer cans everywhere, whoever the listing agent is for the condo did their best to make them sound appealing rather than alarmingly confusing.
“Entering the spacious 2BR/2BA corner-unit condo, you immediately reminisce of long road trips and the inevitable belting out of the beloved song, ’99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall!'” the listing says. “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! Whether you keep the current décor for your Youtube beer show or decide to renovate the home, this property offers tons of entertainment potential!”
Despite the agent’s best efforts, though, most people on social media still seem to find the boozy condo rather … odd.
“Just because you can doesn’t mean you should,” one person joked about the unusual decor.
“I was wondering why it was 100k and then I looked at the interior dear GOD,” another user added.
“I’d lock myself in the bathroom and never come out,” a third person remarked.
Some savvy social media users, however, see the $100,000 condo covered in empty cans as a worthy investment opportunity, especially seeing as the cans can be recycled for a pretty penny.
“Think of all the money you could get turning those cans in,” one person remarked. “The house pays for itself.”
“I’m not sure, but I think you could pay this house off by just recycling all the cans,” another user added.
So, who’s brave enough to take the plunge and buy the beer house?
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