It is a neighborhood of houses adjacent to the hill on which Za’bal fort stands. The house were built using mud, rocks and tree trunks, some using tamarisk, mostly run-down. The neighborhood include several streets, some covered with palm fronds and branches of tamarisk trunks.  The estimated area of the neighborhood is approximately 20,000 sq. m.  The neighborhood is well integrated with the architecture of Za’bal fort, with the possibility of linking tourism with Sisra water well nearby.  The buildings represent a unique architectural style prevalent in historical Al Jouf.