The first section of the Single Sisters’ House was constructed in 1744 parallel to the Gemeinhaus along the limestone bluff and facing south. This German Colonial style building has herringbone-patterned doors with a two story attic and brick arches over windows.
It is constructed of roughly coursed limestone that is pointed with a flush joint. On the south façade, you can still see the sundial dated 1744 when this portion of the complex was constructed.
After being given to the Single Sisters' Choir, buttresses were added in 1756 to support walls that had weakened under the original tile roof. Here the sisters had dormitories, a chapel, a dining room, a kitchen, and work areas for handicrafts.