Rectangular building (Site 14; 2.5 × 6.0 m, preserved height c. 2 m; Fig. 2) that is built of roughly hewn medium and large-sized fieldstones and has a window and two openings. A complex of terraces is adjacent to it.

Round watchtower (Site 16; diam. c. 2 m, preserved height c. 1.5 m) that is built of roughly hewn medium to large-sized fieldstones. A rock-hewn channel is adjacent to it.
Rock-hewn burial cave (Site 19) that is incorporated in a quarry (Fig. 3). It includes a burial chamber and kokhim and its entrance was destroyed. A natural cave (Site 5), used by shepherds as a dwelling or for storage, was also surveyed.
Agricultural installations that included two rock-hewn winepresses and an olive press (Sites 11, 18, 13 respectively) and a relatively extensive scattering of other rock-cuttings throughout the area (Sites 1–4, 10, 15) were documented.
An agricultural system that consisted of a number of terraces (preserved height 1.5 m) with steps built between them (Site 12; Fig. 4) was surveyed. Several other terraces (Sites 6–9) were documented across the slopes, as well as a wall that most likely delimited cultivation plots and/or animal pens (Site 17).