Reubent is right; you must decide if you will move into higher fidelity two channel music, or if you will join the masses who have mid-fi multi-channel. Either way you will enjoy, so no stress. ;)
You can always add a surround processor later as well relatively inexpensively for an older one. But, beware, if you chose to move right away into multi-channel you will have SIGNIFICANTLY less quality sound for two channel listening than you would if you pursue two channel equipment independently of HT applications.
Your choice, simply put, is quality or quantity.
I would suggest a decent two channel rig. If you are not big into radio, then use it primarily for cd or vinyl. If you're not into vinyl, that's ok, since it'll save money on not just turntable but albums. Also consider if you really want to clean albums, etc. If you want nostalgia, go for the turntable setup; it doesn't have to be expensive. There's plenty of commendable turntables for a few hundred bucks. But you are not likely to get decent integrated amp, cdp AND turntable for $1,000. You need to make a choice which source you will pursue, cd or vinyl.
For the prettiest sound at most economical, look for a tube hybrid integrated amp. Must you have remote? If not, you'll save several dollars there. But, be honest, if you really want remote, then get it. It's major pain to not have it when you would use it!
Check audioreview.com for well liked (look for NO LESS than 4.5 of 5 ratings) on integrateds. If you don't want to mess with tubes, then find an older very good condition solid state integrated. I just sold a gorgeous condition Rotel integrated for about $225! You can do VERY well if you look for a quality integrated about 3-5 years old! NAD is a good brand to look into for value.
Same with cd player. Go for a single player for higher quality than a changer. There's many priced around $250-$300 such as Rotel, NAD, Adcom, Parasound, etc.
Call a dealer and tell them you want a screaming deal on old stock, stuff they want to get rid of, trade ins, etc....Do NOT commit to buy, but ask them to put together the best system (i.e. integrated, cdp, etc.) they can for your $1,000. You may be surprised what they come up with. I have found incredible deals from dealers who have personal components at home that they want to sell! If they keep steering you toward the new items, walk out (politely, of course). You can't afford the markup.
Do not forget to save out about $125 for cables. Yes, it's worth putting some bucks into the wires. Get older Audioquest speaker and interconnect cables. They are decent quality and there's tons of them around for cheap. Buy them all off Agon.
Ah, your dream takes me back to when I was just starting out. What fun! Don't say never to a great audio system! Begin squirreling away a few bucks a month and in several years you can build a truly wonderful system!