A very rare opportunity to own and renovate a Queen Anne, Montrose Morris building. Morris was best known for some of the first multi-unit apartment buildings in Brooklyn including the Alhambra, Imperial and Renaissance. 109 South 9th Street was completed in 1890 and is classic Morris with the use of stone, brick and terra cotta along with oversized bracketed cornices. The four-story plus windowed basement is free standing without common walls to adjacent properties. The lot is 24'x100' with 8,300 square feet. Structurally the building is sound though it will require a gut renovation on the interior. Ceiling heights are dramatic, there are four exposures providing great light, and many original details remain. The property is zoned both residential and commercial, so a multitude of uses are possible. The M, J and Z trains and the Schaefer Landing Ferry Terminal are all nearby. Please note the taxes are $554.42 per month.