Len Buckeridge's longtime partner Tootsie buys in Mosman Park

Len Buckeridge's longtime partner Tootsie buys in Mosman Park
Len Buckeridge's longtime partner Tootsie buys in Mosman Park

Sick Puay Koh, or Tootsie, the longtime partner of the late billionaire construction tycoon Len Buckeridge, has spent $6 million in Mosman Park.

It sits next door to the Swan River waterfront reserve home she and Buckeridge called home.

The founder of BCG Construction Firm died in 2014 leaving a $2.5 billion property empire.

The family home was transferred into her name in 2017, when valued at $6,425,000.

The couple had been together for four decades.

Len Buckeridge's longtime partner Tootsie buys in Mosman Park

Tootsie now has a 2,070 square metre holding after acquiring the adjoining 1970s built, four bedroom home on 1,030 square metres.

Mack Hall agent Mack Hall sold the home.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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