Located on the Barrington estate this house was occupied by Caleb Powell and valued at £15 at the time of Griffith's Valuation. Bence Jones describes Clonshavoy as a single storey early 19th century house in the "cottage" style. In the 20th century it was the home of the last Barrington to live in the Limerick area. The Irish Tourist Association surveyor writes in 1944 that the house was interesting as it was the remains of a very old Elizabethan house. He says that more than half the house was pulled down as it was unsafe "and the present eastern wing is a reconstruction". This house is still extant.