He was just a kid growing up in the Philadelphia suburbs before he broke through with "The Sixth Sense." M. Night Shyamalan would invite friends over the house he grew up in to make movies in the woods behind his home. Now, that home on 132 Old Gulph Road in Wynnewood is up for sale. The 6,053-square-foot, Japanese-style house where Shyamalan spent his adolescence is on the market for $2.175 million. Zillow, the online real estate market place, says the 3-acre property has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an indoor pool, an outdoor pool and a tennis court. Shyamalan's parents are retired and recently moved to Malvern to be closer to their children and grandchildren. Shyamalan and his wife still live in the Philadelphia area Night says he loves so much, in a 1937 Georgian Revival house on a 125-acre estate called Ravenwood, in Willistown Township.