With tiled ceilings and fountains galore, the property has been described as its own "place of worship." But don't worry, there's still room for a playhouse and, oh yeah, a temple. Said Ivy Barsky, the Deputy Director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage (for which the Rennerts hosted a dinner this past weekend):
"I'd heard about it, but then to walk in there! There were people that had substantial means and beautiful homes, but I think everyone had their jaws drop in the synagogue."
But it's not all rainbows and butterflies. Unfortunately, the town of Southampton has been giving the Rennerts a hard time about installing an additional and clearly necessary outdoor bathroom. I mean, how dare they?