So, here's my plan..
Well, this is my proposed remodeling plan for a very small 1904 farmhouse, with a 1950s addition. The original house is everything on the left of the living room/bedroom side (except the back laundry/pantry/small bath) which I'm planning to add.
You've probably already seen my kitchen plan. The dining area was a glass porch, that I want to add to the kitchen area, with a big opening (load bearing wall). There's a lot of space between the kitchen work table and the dining area, but I wanted plenty of room, so I could move the work table over, when more people are cooking (holidays, etc.) and still have room for people to sit and not be too crowded.
There's also a lot of space in the laundry area, but I wanted to even up the back of the house...and I don't like tight spaces. This way, more than one person can be working in that area, at the same time. Oh, I also added the vestibule in front and mudroom in the back, for airlocks to hold in the heat and extra storage!
The living room and bedroom side are the 1950s addition. There was a small bath included with the bedroom...but it was really small and I needed a closet.
The stair way was part of the original house, with the bath a later addition (1920s?) So, I removed the 1950s bath, instead using the space for the shower and linen closet in the main bath and the bedroom closet. The shower opening is a load bearing wall, so there's a little more support than normal, but I think it makes the best of a challenging situation.
The half bath is so we're not tracking farm-related debris (LOL) throughout the house. Sorry about the rough plan, but I don't have any software.
Also, there is room for a large bedroom or two small ones and a bath upstairs...and under the 1950s addition is a rec room with second fireplace. The rest is cellar with furnace, etc.
Sorry this turned out to be so long. I did sketch in the back deck and small screened porch off the bedroom, for my husband's hot tub. His one, major request :)
So, what do you think? (one square = 2')