- For years, Bob Mcmillan resisted the pull of Waiheke Island. It was his wife of 50 years, Kerry, who urged him to take the fateful trip to the island in 2009, which resulted in them purchasing their beachfront home.
It certainly wasn’t the mundane cedar house that had won them over. It was the location: a patch of mostly flat land at the secluded end of the beach, sheltered by the headland, and only a stone’s skip from seas and views across the Hauraki Gulf.
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