I know some of you have seen MANY versions of my farmhouse plan, and if you've given up on the project, please don't read any further.
For those who still don't mind another version...this is the result of some excellent ideas by Summerfield. I've always thought the kitchen would be wonderful in the 1950s addition, with the floor to ceiling brick fireplace, with raised hearth...and views of the back pasture. But, I could never figure out how to make the rest of the spaces work, so continued to put the kitchen in the original space.
When Summerfield suggested the master bedroom in the front of the house...I wasn't so sure, but when later the big back living room was in a plan...it all just clicked. So, here is the 'cut and tape' version, which is not nearly as nice as a Summerfield original, but I hope it's clear enough to read.
The dimensions of the kitchen work area are 18' x 13' and the dining/keeping space is 18' x 14'. The living room is 21'x 16' and the master bedroom is about 12' x 16'. The sunporch is 10' x 18' and the study is about 13' x 12'. Thanks for taking the time to give this one more look, for all those who haven't been following my other post. For those that have...thank you SO much for all the great input and suggestions.
Hopefully, Summerfield will see this and polish the rough edges, but if not...it's still the best plan we've ever done, IMHO. Hopefully we'll finish cleaning out the house this summer and be able to start demo this fall or next spring. We'll be doing the project in stages (it's a hobby and an adventure LOL) but seriously, this will be a long term project, so I really wanted to know we had the right plan :) From Farmhouse plans