The pretty village of Drymen is part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Conic and Montrose Way is near the centre of the village, close to shops and public transport.
Conic and Montrose Way is made up of 15 one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes.
Drymen marks the first Passivhaus development for Hanover. Passivhaus design features and benefits include optimal solar orientation, thermal comfort, excellent indoor air quality, and wildflower meadow grass for increased biodiversity. Buildings built to Passivhaus standards use up to 90% less energy for heating and cooling, and up to 70% less energy than conventional buildings.