There are at least six destroyed buildings in this photograph; I think these were all homes.
There is a Greek Cypriot National Guard base near the village. The National Guard planned the village, and identified the ruins by painting numbers on their walls, either for target practice or for military exercises. The home in the middle of this photograph has a "4" on it, but so do others, so I don't think it can be "number 4". I don't understand the code.
Goshi buildings 3a: a view of at least six destroyed homes
Goshi buildings 3b: a close-up view of the number 4.