A full-floor spread at Porter House in the Meatpacking District is back on the market for $24.5 million — down from its $29 million ask in 2018.
Former residents of the 66 Ninth Ave. building included onetime couple Olivia Wilde, currently director and co-star of “Don’t Worry Darling” — and Jason Sudeikis, famed for his role in “Ted Lasso.”
Wilde and Sudeikis sold their two-bedroom digs for $3.8 million in 2015. Trey Parker, co-creator of “South Park,” also lived on the fifth floor when launching “The Book of Mormon,” sources say.
This 5,444-square-foot turn-key offering is a three-unit combo. It was recently renovated by Eric Sheffield Architect, designer Paris Forino and Think Construction.
A keyed elevator opens to a formal entry whose marble floors feature a chevron pattern and brass inlay.
There’s also a great room with 12-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows, plus French doors that open to a terrace.
The spread also boasts a fireplace, a corner library and an eat-in kitchen with a brass breakfast bar, a banquet and a dining table for 12 — plus a 400-pound cast-bronze sink.
The main bedroom suite features floor-to-ceiling windows, two baths and two custom closets. A second bedroom suite has arched windows, walls of closets and its own ensuite bath. Double doors open to a library or playroom that then leads to the third and fourth bedrooms. The fifth bedroom could work as a housekeeper or nanny room, the listing notes.
As for other perks, they include a 120-square-foot landscaped, irrigated terrace with boxwood hedges.
The building dates to 1905, topped by a 15,000-square-foot, off-angle zinc-and-glass addition by SHoP Architects.
The listing broker is Jessica C. Campbell of Nest Seekers International.