Attached to the southern end of Structure 1 was a second building, Structure 3. The eastern end of the chimney formed part of the western end wall of Structure 3 which ran east from Structure 1, over the cellar pit, for 30 feet (9.14m) and was roughly 13 feet (3.96m) wide. Although much of the imprint of Structure 3 was lost when the cellar walls and rubble fill behind them collapsed after the destruction of these buildings, the easternmost portion of its builders’ trench was still visible as was part of its stone footing extending south from the southeast corner of the chimney just west of the cellar pit. The presence of the cellar inside Structure 3 suggests that it was probably used as a store house.
Roughly two feet (0.61 m) south of the eastern end of Structure 3, we found the remains of another smaller structure (Structure 2) running almost parallel to it. Measuring only 15 feet x 9 feet (4.57 m x 2.74 m), Structure 2 was apparently some sort of out-building. Traces of what appeared to be a ground laid sill ran along a portion of the south side of Structure 2 and the remains of several decayed timbers located inside the structure and running parallel to its long axis suggest that it may once have had a wooden floor.
Twenty-two feet (6.70 m) west of the northern half of Structure 1 we uncovered part of a fourth building (Structure 5). Here the remains of a stone wall measuring eight feet (2.44 m) long and three feet (0.91 m) wide runs north to south and almost parallel to Structure 1. Unfortunately, only the lower courses of this wall have survived and it seems clear that much of the original stone was removed in the late eighteenth or early in the nineteenth-century. Two post holes located on the western side of the wall, one at the northwest corner and the other at the southwest corner, suggest that it once formed the eastern end of a building, probably with wooden side walls, that extended for an as yet unknown distance farther west.
A number of related features have been found in association with these structures. These include a rectangular pit just west of the north end of Structure 1 and cobble and flagstone surfaces west of Structure 1 and in the space between Structure 1 and Structure 3. In 2003 the lower courses of a two foot wide stone wall that appears to have formed part of the northern boundary of the 1610 enclosure was found at the north end of the site. Traces of two posts found close to the eastern boundary of the site that same year may be the first evidence of a palisade that once surrounded the settlement.