The magnificent Tower House is situated within a deligthful Estate consisting of mature woodland,parkland, river walk, waterfall, private drive and shared tennis court.
Sundrum Castle stands in its own 85 acre Estate and with a commanding appearance is impressively situated in undualting, well wooded Ayrshire countryside in privacy and seclusion about 4 miles east of the county town of Ayr and 38 miles by road from Glasgow.
Sundrum or "Sonndruim" - the ridge of trees- on which the Castle stands overlooks lawns and wooded policies to the south with the Galloway Hills in the distance. Immediatley to the north of the Castle is a steep escarpment and the ridge falls away into an enchanting wooded valley through which the Water of Coyle runs via a spectacular waterfall.
On clear days there are views across the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran and Kintyre.
Ayr itself is a very attractive seaside county town. It has excellent shopping facilities, theatres, art galleries, parks and gardens. There is a good choice of schools. Ayrshire is renowned for its golf and championship courses at Turnberry, Prestwick and Royal Troon which are all within 20 miles, a half hours drive, along with about 12 other excellent courses.
Both the airports of Prestwick and Glasgow are within easy reach..