Area A (Figs. 1, 2). A square (2.5 × 2.5 m) was excavated alongside a farming terrace wall (exposed length 5.7 m, width 0.8 m, max. height 1.1 m). The wall, built of fieldstones and oriented northeast-southwest, was founded on a layer of soil and stones (thickness 0.4–0.8 m). The terrace wall abutted another wall that was built on a bedrock ledge, aligned northwest-southeast (not excavated). Two shallow and parallel rock-cuttings were exposed in the excavated square (the southwestern—0.25–0.30 × 0.73 m, depth 0.18–0.25 m; the northeastern—0.28–0.30 × 0.63 m, depth 0.11–0.18 m). The exposed remains were located on the fringes of the settlement at the site. The farming terrace wall was part of a system of agricultural terraces, probably built by the residents of the Arab settlement over the past several hundred years. The rock-cuttings were probably used as agricultural installations.
Areas B1, B2. Remains of modern buildings, including walls and floors, were exposed in each of the areas. The two buildings were destroyed by the Jerusalem municipality because of illegal construction.