Pottery sherds from the Byzantine and Late Ottoman periods were scattered throughout the survey area. Remains of a rectangular structure (map ref. 168187/604756; c. 4.5 × 7.5 m) were documented. Its walls (thickness c. 0.6 m), built of roughly hewn kurkar stones, were aligned in a general north–south direction and survived to a height of three courses. The entrance to the building was fixed in its eastern wall. No datable finds were discovered in or around the building.