This waterfront home was inspired by classic 19th-century shingle-style summer houses but has a touch of whimsy about it, from the unexpected swoop of the roof line to the bright blue shutters and the quirky weather vane. Designed by Polhemus Savery DaSilva, it sits between a golf course and a salt-water pond near the ocean. As a nod to the homeowner’s hobby, the shutters have golf-ball-shaped cutouts. The floor plan is organized around the view. All of the living spaces and most of the bedrooms face the pond behind the house. There are plenty of places to enjoy the view, from the screened porch to the patio.