The western part of a structure (Fig. 2) was exposed in six half squares, oriented north–south. The outer (W3) and inner walls (W4, W5) of the building, preserved two courses high, were built of two rows of ashlar stones founded on bedrock. Three of the building’s rooms, built in a row along W3, were exposed (Loci 108, 109, 110). The northern room (L110) was 3 m wide and the middle room (L108)—2 m wide, whereas the width of the southern room was not ascertained as its southern wall was not excavated. The fill in the rooms consisted of soil and different sized ashlar stones (0.30 × 0.45 × 0.55 m) that had collapsed from the walls. A few potsherds and fragments of roof tiles that dated to the Ottoman period (eighteenth–nineteenth centuries CE) were recovered from the fill.