LA Times Real Estate features one-time home of @JohnsHopkins alum (’39) & noted screenwriter Millard Kaufman
In the Sunday section of the Los Angeles Times, this week’s “Home of the Week” is that of noted screenwriter and Johns Hopkins alum Millard Kaufman (class of 1939).  Kaufman passed away in 2009 just two years after publishing his debut novel.
Kaufman is often best known as the co-creator of the cartoon character Mr. Magoo as well as for his Academy Award nominated screenplays for Take the High Ground (1953) and Bad Day at Black Rock (1955). He’s also known for having fronted the screenplay for Gun Crazy on behalf of blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo who was the subject of the recent film Trumbo.
The Modernist home at 3574 Multiview Drive, Los Angeles, is listed at $2.495 million. (BelAirPhotography.com)
Click through to the article which features a gallery of 21 fantastic photos of the interior of the Millard Kaufman residence.

Three noted architects shaped a Midcentury Modern in Hollywood Hills
This Midcentury Modern house in Hollywood Hills is named the Millard Kaufman residence for its one-time owner, who was a screenwriter, an author and the co-creator of the cartoon character Mr. Magoo. A trio of notable architects left their marks on the two-story post-and-beam house, which features exposed wood ceilings, walls of glass and original paneling.Location: 3574 Multiview Drive, Los Angeles 90068Asking price: $2.495 million


— Source: Lauren Beale writing for the Los Angeles Times
The home has also been featured before in Curbed [here and here] when it was previously for sale. There’s also a video walk through on YouTube (see below.)