Chesterton Mill sits between Histon Road and Victoria Road in Cambridge, around a mile north of the city centre. Located within a popular area, the Mill is within easy walking / cycling distance of the city centre parks, river, shops and restaurants, as well as within striking distance of Cambridge Science park and the business district around the central train station.
Cambridge central railway station lies to the south and Cambridge North station lies to the east, both approximately two miles away and under an hour journey from London. The M11 motorway (Junction 13) is located to the west of Cambridge and connects to Stansted Airport and London. The A14 (Junction 32) dual carriageway located one mile to the north of the Mill and provides connections to Bury St Edmunds and Felixstowe to the east and Huntingdon and the midlands to the west.
Cambridge Central Station
Cambridge City Centre
Cambridge Science Park
Park & Ride (Madingley Road)
To Cambridge City Centre by bus
To Cambridge City Centre by bike
To Cambridge City Centre on foot
When the iconic flour mill buildings of Chesterton Mill were first constructed in the 1840s, work was all about grind.
Today, our modern workspace requirements are very different and these heritage buildings have been cleverly transformed to create 25 unique, contemporary workspaces, designed to stimulate creativity and productivity.