Please speak to your tax pro.
I believe you are referring to a 1031 exchange-where you sell one property and use the proceeds of the sale to purchase a new property and don't pay capital gains.
As far as I know, a 1031 can only be done with investment properties. A primary residence can not be used for a 1031 unless you converted it to an investment property for at least one year and one day prior to selling it.
There may be a much better solution for you though.
I am not sure if you are aware, but a married couple may sell a house that they own as a primary residence and be tax exempt for up to $500k in gains (for a single person that number would be $250k) if they lived in that home for two of the last five years.
I realize that you mentioned that you bought the house only one year ago. I guess it may be difficult for you to wait out the year, but if you can the capital gains would be tax exempt.
This would be much simpler than a 1031 anyway, for many reasons including the fact that 1031's are very complicated and can get messed up very easily.
I hope this helps.