Is there a way I can reach the owner of the wallet address
No, There is no general way to find the contact details of an owner of a mistyped address. At least none that are likely to succeed for any arbitrary address.
You can check an address at any Blockchain Explorer - this will tell you if any bitcoins were really sent there - but will not identify the identity of any person.
There are many possible valid addresses, only a very tiny few of them are in use.
If you send bitcoin to a valid address that no-one is using, those bitcoin are lost forever unless you can re-spend the inputs using a much higher fee (or miner cooperation) before your transaction is confirmed.
An extra letter was added, making the address 35 digits.
Most wallets make it impossible or difficult to mistype an address by using a checksum.
The probability that a mistyped address is accepted as being valid is 1 in 232, that is, approximately 1 in 4.29 billion.
(from Bitcoin Wiki)
114dW3JX2sPPLVDnX4H8u2vsMc4CEJ3rVY is a valid address but has a balance of zero and no transactions.
114dW3JX2sPPLVDnX4H8u2vsMc4CEJ3rVYf is not a valid address. I don't see how any Bitcoin can possibly have been sent to it.
It's a blockchain wallet.
If your wallet shows an amount has been "spent" to that invalid address and deducted from your "balance", you should contact the company that call themselves "Blockchain Luxemburg S.A.R.L." and who presumably provide your wallet.
I recommend not using custodial wallets. See types of Wallet