The second area was located where the magnetometry suggested an atrium domus (house), with a peristyle, a line of columns surrounding an outdoor space. The area was also considered suitable due to limited previous archaeological activity.

Five phases of occupation were discovered in a 10 x 10 meter excavated area. Based on preliminary readings of the material, the team offers the following overall chronological sequence, from earliest to most recent: a house of the Late Republican period (Phase 1), is modified at a subsequent date (Phase 2) and occupied into the fifth century CE (Phase 3), when parts of its structure are badly destroyed. Continued occupation of parts of the structure continues for a short period, preceding the collapse and final abandonment in the sixth century (Phase 4). After a hiatus, activity returns to the general area in the Medieval period, when available space in the area of the robbed-out street to the west of the house is occupied by a granary or similar structure (Phase 5). The absence of later finds in these areas suggests little activity here in the early modern period.