(Below in italics is from the 2003 Lakewood Park National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
Clyde A. Brantley House. Intact large brick side-gabled 1 and 1/2-story bungalow with 2 interior chinmeys and 1 exterior chimney, glazed Craftsman-style door, 4/1 sash windows, and a wide gabled front dormer. Other features are overhanging eaves with decorative brackets and an engaged wraparound porch with Craftsman posts and wood railing. Clyde A. Brantley, a fruit dealer, tore down 2 houses on this site and built this house for his family in the late 1920s. [1930 CD, interview]
Brantley owned part of Brantley and Crutchfield Grocers which was located somewhere near Lakewood Amusement Park, and later Brantley and Watson which was located in the Davis Baking Building.