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Colorful Park Slope duplex billed as a ‘gateway to Narnia’ wants $2M

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The 1,451-square-foot condo comes with a lovely, landscaped patio

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The brokers selling this Park Slope duplex have dubbed it the “gateway to a modern version of Narnia.” We’ll let you be the judge of that descriptor, but it sure does have a lot of hidden entryways and whimsical design elements to it.

Spanning 1,451 square feet, the condo comes with one-bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms, though a large space on the lower level here could easily be used as a second bedroom.

The apartment opens up on to a sculpted wall paneling that’s made out of solid walnut. The master bedroom is to the left, and the master bathroom can be accessed through a silver lever located on the sculpted wall. Much like the rest of the home, the bathroom too comes with a floral wall—this one features lotuses in bloom.

The kitchen and living room are beyond the foyer to the right, and the former comes fitted with a bright pink kitchen island and a floral mosaic backsplash.

The kitchen is also equipped with several top-end appliances like a Bluestar stove and a Wolf microwave, and some neat storage options like the walk-in utility closet that fits a spice rack, and a wicker basket for additional shelving.

The lower level here is currently set up as a recreation room with a delineated space for a home office and a special feature for pet lovers: a humidified pet room (yep, you read that right!).

The lower level also features two retractable walls, one that opens up into a mini-bedroom of sorts that’s equipped with a Murphy bed, and a second that features a home theater system, according to the brokerbabble (though you can’t really see this detail in the listing photos).

Other features on the lower level include the washer-dryer, a half bathroom, a wooden porch-swing, and access to the lovely, landscaped patio. All of that is asking $1.995 million with just a little over $1,000 in monthly charges.