The all-American holiday of Fourth of July, or Independence Day, is right around the corner! And you know what that means…this holiday weekend will be filled with a whole lot of traditional celebrations, including parades, fireworks, barbecues, picnics, baseball games and family reunions.
And while there are plenty of public activities to commemorate this special day, some prefer to keep the festivities close to home with the company of family and friends.
These luxurious Utah properties are all about celebrating American pride in the comfort of home.
Best Properties for Watching Fireworks
How does watching fireworks fall above while also staring out into the gorgeous Salt Lake City panorama sound for a Fourth of July celebration? This contemporary Arlington Hills residence provides just that and more. So bring out the late-snack snacks, get comfy, and relish in the pops of color that this holiday brings.
Best Properties for Backyard Grilling
Get your apron, mitts, and barbecue fixins’ ready for some heavy grilling! This luxurious Salt Lake City estate’s backyard is the epitome of grandiose outdoor space. The large, open area paired with a soothing Jacuzzi and an immense pool make it the perfect place to cook up those delicious baby back ribs you’ve been so desperately craving.
A large second story balcony with a state of the art grill. What more can you ask for? Enjoy the beautiful green surroundings this brick Draper home offers as you’re cooking up some delicious food in the company of friends and family.
Best Properties for Holiday Festivities
Party it up in this grandiose Holladay estate that will have your guests feeling like they’re living it up in a marvelous European mansion. The ultra-luxurious home provides a storybook look paired with immaculate detailing your guests will surely appreciate as they eat, drink and dance the night away.
Having your party indoors may not be such a bad idea in this elegant Draper home. With seven bedrooms, wood flooring throughout, a huge lot, and some pretty cool amenities, staying at home may seem like your best idea yet.
What’s your favorite part about celebrating Fourth of July at home? Let us know in the comments below.