The complex is a low-rise residential of the Early Medieval period, a fragment is 570 sq. m., identified by archaeologists in 2019. Several round rooms with altars belonging to the transitional pre-Muslim faith were identified on this territory.
Researchers believe that rooms with floor altars are typical for the whole pre-Syrdarya region from the first centuries BC to the X–XI centuries. Floor clay altars are a rectangular platform in the center of the room and are framed by kerb around the edges. In the center of the site there is a small pit with ash and coal for a small ceramic vessel.
The Kultobe complex premises with altars of the X–XI centuries are under research.