The Ordnance Survey Name Book records the rebuilding of this house by Poole Gabbet in 1824 at a cost of £1,700. The Gabbets had flour mills closeby. It overlooked the Shannon north of Limerick city and was three storeys high. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was valued at £35 and was occupied by Thomas Gabbett who held it from Patrick A. Shannon. This house now functions as a nursing home.