Posted on 5/9/2024 by Emily Shone

Stay in this Unique SolarQ Home for a Limited Time!

A home like no other, find peace at SolarQ in Singhampton. This net zero home was featured in The Globe and Mail for its impressive and unique architecture. This spectacular Singhampton home has a living area with 20ft ceilings and an open layout, flooded with sunlight from a large window. Even in winter, the light reflects off the floor and walls, illuminating the kitchen and vintage furniture.

Quonset houses such as SolarQ, named after a military base in Rhode Island, were initially designed for soldiers and equipment. They were later adapted for agriculture and eventually for housing. Nowadays, architects are tweaking the Quonset design to fit modern living, capitalizing on its spaciousness and natural light, which aligns with the rising demand for cost-effective prefabricated homes. (source: The Globe and Mail)

For a limited time this Summer, you can enjoy SolarQ's charming serenity and seclusion, as well as it's modern amenities such as its BBQ, fire pit, wood-fired cedar sauna and a cedar cold plunge.

Stays at the SolarQ are limited. Click below to learn more about this impressive home and reserve your stay: 

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