And Action: Oscar-Winning Director Guillermo del Toro Lists His SoCal Home for $3.2M

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That’s a wrap!

Famed Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro is selling his four-bedroom, 4.5-bath, Westlake Village, CA, abode for $3.25 million.

The inviting home was on the market for a little more than a week and has gone into contingent-sale status.

If del Toro gets his full asking price, he’ll land a tidy profit on the place he picked up in 2012 for $1.65 million.

The award-winning director (he’s bagged two Oscars and an Emmy, among other prizes) might be best known for his work on the 2017 flick “The Shape of Water,” which was nominated for 13 Academy Awards.

Here’s a peek at the delightful details in del Toro’s light, bright manse.

The home was built in 1984.

The house is located near a country club.

A beamed living room

Entertainment room with fireplace

The spacious kitchen

A gorgeous stone fireplace impresses in the airy living room. Nearby, a brick fireplace and wet bar create a similar effect in the party-ready great room. The kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line, stainless-steel Viking appliances, warming drawers, custom cabinets, and a lovely island.

The primary bedroom suite awaits behind double doors and includes an office with smart built-ins, a lounge area, another fireplace, and walk-in closets. The main bathroom is a real standout, with its double vanities, deep tub, and green tile.

In the half-acre yard, there’s a pool and pool house with yet another fireplace, a small kitchenette, and full bathroom.

The primary bedroom

Green for the win in the plush main bath

A serene yard and pool

A pool house for quiet relaxation

Del Toro’s work skews dark and mysterious, including his current Netflix series “Cabinet of Curiosities” and the 2022 film “Pinocchio,” which he wrote and directed.

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