Strowan was a property of the Murrays in the 16th century and may be the site of a castle.
Duncan was Thane of Strowan in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and witnessed charters by Gilbert, Earl of Strathearn, and Máel Ísu, Maol Ìosa or Malise was described as persona of Strowan in the early 13th century.
There is an old church at Strowan dating back to at least the 16th century, although the present structure is 17th century. Pont marked the church on his late 16th century map and illustrated an unnamed tower to the west of it, The words “La Murrey” are written above the tower and under the words “K of Strowan”.
In 1728 Amelia Murray, daughter and heiress of James Murray of Strowan and Glencarse, married Lord George Murray, son of John Murray, 1st Duke of Atholl.
I have placed it at Strowan House, built in the 18th century, pending further research.
Alternative names for Strowan
Strowan House; Struwan