Interior Design

Striking the balance between high-quality and efficient energy performance

The historic character of these iconic buildings has been retained and restored where possible, with original sash windows, alcoves and fireplaces, being just a handful of the many period features preserved for these new homes.

Grenadier’s design team have made the most of the beautiful architectural features to enhance the apartments and houses, making them unlike anything else in Exeter. A conscious decision to restore and improve period features was lovingly undertaken so the new owners can keep the history of this enchanting area alive. Teamed with contemporary design and sustainable features, the light, space and surroundings were all inspirations for the interior at St Margaret’s Residences.


Each of the kitchens at St Margaret’s Residences is bespoke with high-quality fixtures and fittings in a modern or traditional design.  Design features include:

    • Integrated stainless steel Siemens oven with A+ Energy efficiency rating
    • Siemens 4/5 ring glass hob
    • Instant hot water taps
    • High-quality stone worktops throughout
    • Some of the homes also benefit from a wine cooler and washing machine
    • Integrated fridge/freezers
    • Integrated dishwasher
    • Stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink with monobloc and mixer tap
    • Brushed steel double electric sockets, some with USB ports


The bathrooms at St Margaret’s Residences have all been designed with comfort and luxury in mind. From the spacious walk-in glass showers to deep-set, roll-top baths. Each bathroom is designed to bring natural light into the space and create a relaxing but practical environment.

  • Duravit sanitary ware
  • Underfloor heating
  • Crosswater Brassware taps in contemporary and traditional style
  • Roll top freestanding baths and deep soaking contemporary tubs
  • High quality ceramic tiles
  • Soft close WC seats
  • Shaver points
  • Fixed head and hand-showers
  • Heated towel rails


  • Luxury woollen fitted carpets
  • Double electric sockets, some with USB ports
  • Neutral warm tones throughout


  • Oak flooring
  • Traditional features including marble fireplaces, stained-glass windows, intricate cornicing and staircases
  • Satinwood skirting
  • Low energy LED lighting