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Explanation: My first reaction was "unstuccoed stone" which was how we used to describe the facade of our house, but that was because it wasn´t yet fashionable to take it off!
"The barn retains much of its traditional character with low exposed beams, open stonework and polished wooden floors" www.gogamblesby.co.uk/gamblesby
"The candle-lit restaurant, awarded a red Rosette, with its open stonework and exposed beams is the ideal setting in which" www.english-inns.co.uk/HeartofEngland.htm
This expression is good for both inside and out.
Noni Gilbert Spain Local time: 23:40 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 125