|Location||Stow cum Quy|
|Material||Brick with tiled roof|
|Designations||Grade II* listed|
The hall is constructed in two storeys to an H-shaped plan of yellow gault brick with plain red roof tiles. The end crosswing gables, three central gables and three service range gables are all in chequered patterned brickwork. It stands in its own grounds overlooking a lake in the Quy Water.
A manor house known as Quy Hall had stood on the site since the late 15th century. In the 17th century the hall was occupied by the Whichcote baronets, the 3rd Baronet of whom sold it c.1720 to James Martin, a London banker. In 1854 the Martins sold it on to Clement Francis, a Cambridge solicitor, who carried out the substantial rebuilding to designs by William White. The grounds were also progressively extended to cover some 135 acres (55 ha) by the late 19th century. 
The property has passed down in the Francis family ever since.