John and Sarah Young dreamed of living in the same treelined neighborhood where John grew up. But the 1930s Tudor they could afford was in desperate need of help. They've updated most of the main floor, but there's still the tiny (and ugly) 1960s kitchen left to tackle. The plan is to tear down the wall between the kitchen and the adjacent dining room and create a killer kitchen with white Shaker-style cabinets, a center island, Silestone countertops, subway tile and all new appliances. Best of all, they're carving out a little space for a powder room, which they're hoping will be both convenient and a good investment. They've got $35,000 to spend and are hoping for a 100 percent return.