Our property is 10 acres of undeveloped, untamed woodland that blankets the steep Northwestern slope and crown of Bragg Hill. The elevations slope from 340 feet at the apex of the hill to less than 200 feet at the foot of the West branch of the Brandywine Creek at the bottom of the property. That said, there is only one small area at the top of the hill flat enough to build a home. House size and placement options are limited. The white area shown in the image below represents ground flat enough to build a home at the top of Bragg Hill. The light and dark gray areas represent moderate slope and steep slopes respectively and are unsuitable for building.