The watchman’s booth (L100; Fig. 1) was located in the southeast part of the site. A probe was excavated in the southeastern section of the booth (diam. 3.5 m), which was built of medium-sized fieldstones, set directly on bedrock and preserved a single course high. A fill layer of small stones and hamra soil was excavated inside the booth.
The field wall (W101; exposed length c. 30 m, width c. 1.1 m; Fig. 2), in the northwestern part of the site, was built of two rows of large fieldstones with a core of small stones. The wall, oriented north–south and preserved a single course high, was set directly on bedrock.
The field tower (3.1 × 3.6 m; Fig. 3) was to the northeast of the watchman’s booth, beyond the route of the planned road. The tower, preserved three courses high, was constructed from large roughly hewn stones (0.7 × 1.0 m) with a core of small fieldstones. Adjacent to the eastern side of the tower was a large courtyard enclosed with a fieldstone-built fence. The tower resembled the square towers excavated in the vicinity of Rehan (HA-ESI 112:44*–45*).