- 21 Olive Ave
- 31 Olive Ave
- 578 Doris Ave
18 Holmes Ave, Toronto
About this condo
Built in 2010, 18 Holmes Ave and 21 Olive Ave contain 384 North York condos reaching 28 storeys. The Glass tower features a slightly rounded façade and more traditional stone base, yet the amenities offered to its residents are anything but conventional.
Sure, other buildings also feature rooftop terraces. But this one stands out for being equipped with barbecues, a gazebo, and a putting green. Inside the building is the da Vinci Club & Spa, with its indoor swimming pool, lap pool, and hot tub, alongside a gym with change rooms, lockers, steam rooms, and a massage room. 18 Holmes Ave and 21 Olive Ave also boasts a billiards room, a theatre, one guest suite, a business centre, a party room with a bar, dance floor, piano, and terrace, and a private dining room with a kitchen.
The landscaping at the Mona Lisa Residences is equally impressive, with the building featuring a water garden with waterfall and reflecting pool, as well as a Circular driveway leading up to the main entrance. And last but not least, there’s a concierge available to assist residents with whatever they need 24-hours a day.
There’s plenty of variation at 18 Holmes Ave and 21 Olive Ave, with suites ranging in size from 450 to 1,500 square feet, and consisting of studio to three bedroom plus den homes. 74 of these are townhouse units with street access, some of which feature sizeable gardens.
For some condo seekers, the selling point for the building is the environmentally-friendly features. For example, homes contain double-glazed, low emissivity windows, Energy Star stacked washers and dryers, and a switch at the front door that shuts off every single light at once. Then there are the bathrooms, which are equipped with high pressure, low flow showerheads and dual-flush toilets.
As for the aesthetics at the Mona Lisa Residences, suites here feature engineered oak hardwood flooring in living and dining rooms, granite or porcelain in foyers, and carpet in bedrooms and dens. Kitchens, on the other hand, boast granite or porcelain floors, as well as granite countertops and Energy Star appliances.
Every home in the building also feels bright and spacious thanks to 9-foot ceilings, balconies, and floor-to-ceiling windows. And those interested in penthouses can expect premium appliances, Jacuzzis and rainfall showerheads in master bathrooms, and two parking spaces.
Situated in the north end of the Willowdale neighbourhood, and just around the corner from Yonge Street, residents living here won’t have any trouble finding a place to eat. And while this stretch of Yonge has been nicknamed Koreatown North, there are also plenty of Japanese and Chinese restaurants in the neighbourhood.
When residents choose to cook for themselves, they can start with a trip to Loblaws at Empress Walk or Whole Foods at the corner of Yonge and Sheppard. Another great option is M2M, a Korean supermarket on Yonge Street, just south of the Mona Lisa Residences.
Living so close to Yonge Street has its perks, one of which is being able to walk to Finch Station in less than 5 minutes. From here, passengers can hop onto subway trains heading toward downtown Toronto, with the entire journey to Union Station taking less than 40 minutes.
Drivers living at 18 Holmes Ave can use Yonge Street to reach the 401, a major east-west highway that offers access to the 427, the Don Valley Parkway, Pearson International Airport, plus so much more. Those heading toward the city centre also have the option to take Yonge Street the entire way.
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