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Heidelberg is some 50 kilometres south-east of Johannesburg, close to the Mpumalanga border. Just south of the town is the De Hoek toll plaza on the newest section of the N3, which opened in December 2001.

Heidelberg sits nestled at the eastern end of the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve, a large tract of land that is home to Gauteng's highest point, almost 2,000 metres above sea level.


Close to the bustle.

Bergsig is located on the North Eastern side of Heidelberg and is one of the newer suburbs with the closest access to the N3 and the Heidelberg Mall.

The suburb consists of +- 670 stands, mainly freestanding homes, a small number of townhouse/ security complexes as well as a small number of  apartment blocks.



Rensburg  is located on the South Eastern side of Heidelberg and is one of the older and largest  suburbs of the town. 

It offers easy access to the R23 Balfour/Standerton  road as well as the N3. 


Where to Buy / Rent

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The History

Heidelberg Central is ranked Nationally at number 2108 out of 5990 suburbs placing it well in the top half of all suburbs in South Africa.


Peaceful & Secure

The suburb/ village of Overkruin was established in the early 1980’s.

Each home has a mountainous view and offers a feeling of country living. 

Overkruin is regarded as a security estate as it is totally boomed off with one entrance and 24 hour surveillance.


Family living

Jordaan Park is a well-established family suburb in Heidelberg. Nestled against the Suikerbosrand Koppies, it has picturesque views with stunning sunsets, some evenings one can even hear the jackals & owls calling in the distance, which makes it hard to believe that one is living in a suburb in town. 

"If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves"

Thomas Edison