Where did Brigham Young live in Utah?

Brigham Young had three homes in Utah, the first was in Salt Lake City and was called the Beehive House. Once his family outgrew the Beehive House, another home was built right next door, the Lion House. He also had a winter home in St. George. All three of these homes have been preserved or restored and are open for public tours.
Brigham Young also technically owned a handful of other homes but never lived in them. Many of these were homes he purchased for the welfare of widows, who could not afford a place to live on their own.
Brigham Young had three homes in Utah, the first was in Salt Lake City and was called the Beehive House. Once his family outgrew the Beehive House, another home was built right next door, the Lion House. He also had a winter home in St. George. All three of these homes have been preserved or restored and are open for public tours.
Brigham Young also technically owned a handful of other homes but never lived in them. Many of these were homes he purchased for the welfare of widows, who could not afford a place to live on their own.