Florida Home Covered In Budweiser Beer Cans Starts Bidding War


There aren’t 99 bottles of beer on these walls, but there certainly are cans. And lots of them. Navy veteran Michael Amelotte, who passed away recently, spent 16 years remodeling his Florida condo with empty cans of Budweiser. The estate of Amelotte, who passed away this year, put his two-bedroom condo in Lake Worth, Fla., on the market in August, sparking a bidding war that went upwards of the $100,000 asking price.

The 815-square-foot condo, now dubbed the “House of Budweiser,” also comes with free beer from Anheuser-Busch as long as they don’t renovate.

And, the attention to detail is impressive, Amelotte even made crown molding, electrical outlets and air-conditioner vent covers out of beer cans. “He spared no detail,” listing broker Jesse Kearney told The Post. And now Budweiser has stepped up to offer the new owner a fridge stocked with beer if they don’t renovate. Sounds like a good deal to me.

[h/t nyp]