Don't waste your money.
1 Olympic Barbell (they weigh 45 pounds and have 2" diameter sleeves)
4 x 45lb plates, 2 x 25lb plates, 4 x 10lb plates, 4 x 5lb plates, 2 x 2.5lb plates
1 pair Olympic-loading Dumbells (they weigh like 12.5 pounds and have the same 2" diameter sleeves as the barbell; they look like really short versions of barbells)
1 "Iron Gym" style no-screw doorway chinup bar
That is enough there to get reasonably strong. Deadlifts, clean and squat, clean and press, hack squat, rows, shrugs, curls, floor press, chin-ups, situps, ab roll-outs, hanging leg raises, calf raises, lunges, skullcrushers... you can do 90% of what you need to do with just that. I just looked on Craigslist in my area and found 3 separate listings for the barbell and the plates for less than $200. The dumbells will run you like $70 plus shipping from here http://www.christiansfitnessfactory.com/index.php/Dumbbells/Olympic-Dumbbell-Handle and the Iron Gym is like $50 at Walmart.
I do the majority of my workouts from home and that's basically all I use. I have added a few other pieces (and a bunch more 45s), but that will get you mostly where you need to go.