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The main house consists of four rooms. Rooms 1 and 2 have standing masonry walls, Room 3 has a standing jacal wall and a boulder that served as the east wall, and Room 4 contains only small wall segments and the outline of it’s original shape.
Room 1 contains four large room primary beams and window and door lintels; none of the other rooms have intact roofs, but all contain some wooden elements.
A bond-abut architectural analysis indicates that Rooms 1, 2, and 4 were built at the same time, but that Room 3 was built earlier than the others.