The brokerbabble for this garden level duplex at 32 Morton Street wisely advises buyers to bring their architect. Oddness abounds in the weirdly shaped co-op, what with a triangular kitchen, zig-zagging backyard, and curved, wood-paneled master bedroom. The home is configured as a 2BR/2.5BA with walk-in closets, a wood-burning fireplace, and an open living/dining room that leads to the patio. The property highlight is definitely the 1,800-square-foot yard, which has a "multi-tiered Brazilian ipe wood patio" and runs alongside a 60-foot ivy covered brick wall that has an separate street entrance. A large private green space is rare in the West Village, but for a home that advertises its need for professional help, the $3.45 million price tag seems a bit high.