This neighborhood is located in the center of Domat Al Jondal governorate, and it is surrounded by farms from almost all sides.  The mud houses here are contiguous and roofed with Othel wood, and they are owned by citizens. Most of the houses consist of several rooms that surround an inner courtyard part, of which is used as shelter for domestic animals.  Some of these houses are painted white and some decorated with geometric drawings.  The district has lanes that penetrate into the narrow alleys and the neighborhood has a common square.  There are some small-scale farms doting the area. The neighborhood is estimated to be about 150 years old, and most of its houses are either destroyed or doomed to fall. The site was chosen because of its touristic, archaeological, historical and heritage importance.​​​​​