Macildowie have been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Lincolnshire since 1993. Stamford is a market town in Lincolnshire, with quaint streets and delicious food choices. It has a unique blend of history and stunning Georgian architecture. In 2013, it was named 'Britain's top place to live' by the Sunday Times. Stamford is also famous for being a filming location for Pride & Prejudice (2005) and The Da Vinci Code (2006).
Stamford is known for its historic buildings and gorgeous Georgian architecture; it has over 600 listed buildings in the town, each one of them unique with elements from gargoyles and carvings to medieval almshouses, adding culture and class to the town on every corner.
The Times voted Stamford one of the UK's Best Places to Live 2019, due to its perfect location, vibrant population of nearly 21,000, and its practical transport links across the UK and to London, with London being under an hour commute. Located just off the A1, Stamford is perfect if you love countryside living, but don't want to lose your links to an urban city.
Stamford has a mass of things to do and visit, including Burghley House and Park, a stately home that is home to the famous Burghley Horse Trials. It was originally built for Sir William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Elizabeth I, and has since been featured in several films, the likes of which include, Pride & Prejudice and The Da Vinci Code.