The Kunya-Ark harem was constructed during the Muhammad Rakhim-khan II governance. It was located in the northern part of Kunya-Ark. The court yard extends from the west to the east and consists of residential premises -single columned ayvans and one and two-storey rooms behind them. The Ayvans of the harem are close to a residential architectural style and are deprived of the Khan's reception room pomposity; only the Khan's rooms stand out for their monumental decoration. The size of the Khan's room is more than three times that of his wives.
The mint was built during Muhammad Rakhim-khan I rule. It was constructed simultaneously with the summer and winter mosque in a single complex. The mosque court yard is not large; a considerable part of it is occupied by the dome premises, where coins were minted.