A former Mustard Mill located in Oakerthorpe village, Derbyshire, has opened its doors to occupants this month, welcoming those looking for a relaxed, unique commercial space.
The Amber Mill Furniture Rural Enterprise Centre, known by its acronym Amfrec, was destroyed by fire in 1955.
Commercial People has learned that over the past three years, major renovations have taken place at the Grade II-listed building to transform the Mill into an inspirational working environment boasting state-of-the-art facilities.
Today, Amfrec offers a unique and rural open-plan commercial site looking to host businesses and creatives.
Ann Turner (pictured right), Founder of Amfrec, commented on the renovation and opening of the site, stating: “It’s wonderful to finally be able to open the doors to Amfrec after three long years of renovating the site.
“Amfrec has a fascinating history, which contributes to the charm and character of this Grade 2 listed building. We have kept and restored the exposed Derbyshire sandstone, opened up the original arched windows and designed an open-plan interior to make the space feel light and airy.
“The quiet surroundings and connections to major cities make this is an ideal space for growing businesses who wish to have office space together with the ability to host meetings and events for their clients, and I am very much looking forward to welcoming individuals through our doors.”
Located in the heart of Derbyshire, Amfrec lies just a few miles from J28 on the M1, and is within 30 minutes travel of Nottingham, Derby, Mansfield, Chesterfield and Sheffield.