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Cape Town is South Africa’s oldest city and is rich in culture, history and property investment possibilities for everyone no matter who you are or what kind of property buying or rentals adventure you seek!

A great reason to buy property in Cape Town is the daily enjoyment of seeing the city’s biggest landmark: The majestic Table Mountain. This giant flat-topped peak watches over the city which wraps tightly around its base. The city centre is famous for many things but a highlight is the vibrant market property sales and rentals market in Cape Town. The real estate market in the City is known for its expensive property sales and high rentals that deliver great returns for property investments in Cape Town.

A world-class cableway featuring slowly rotating cars connects the mountain’s top with its base. This allows the more leisurely traveller an opportunity to really soak in the views of the city without the effort of a hike to the top. That said, if hiking is more your thing, there are plenty of extremely popular hiking trails that more adventurous visitors can take to reach the top. And if you don’t fancy the hike back down, you can gladly take the cableway! Every Summer, the mountain receives its distinctive white ‘tablecloth’. Legend has it that this cloudy cover is a result of an eternal smoking contest between the chain-smoking Van Hunks and the devil himself.

Property owners in Cape Town are known for their love of the outdoors, and this is made possible because there is no shortage of real estate opportunities in Cape Town. Whether you’re buying a property in Cape Town or just browsing property rentals in Cape Town, this is a city that has real estate that’s ideal for everyone.


Climate in Cape Town

Table Mountain is also responsible for giving the City two distinctly different climates. This is phenomenon is hardly believable until you experience it for yourself.

The east face of the mountain receives above-average rainfall. Here you’ll find upmarket real estate with large homes on big properties. These properties feature rolling gardens, surrounded by large forests. The world-renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is nearby and offers property owners in Cape Town, a range of activities in its winding terrain.

The west face, meanwhile, enjoys a Mediterranean climate and boasts luxurious world-famous Blue Flag beaches such as Camps Bay and Clifton. This part of Cape Town also fetches record property prices, so it’s one to watch.

Thankfully, if you’re in the market for great property rentals or sales in Cape Town, you don’t have to pay record prices. Platinum Century Properties is a specialist property sales and rentals agency in Cape Town and we will find you the perfect real estate in Century City at the right location and the right place. It doesn’t matter whether you’re interested in property sales in Century City or property rentals in Century City, our dedicated real estate team is ready to assist!


What to do in Cape Town

There are many activities for the family.

Entertainment in Cape Town

Cape Town is a truly cosmopolitan city. It is an exciting melting pot of cultures, religions, ethnicities and lifestyles. Its vibrant CBD is unique amongst its peers in that it is a safe, clean and trendy living, work and entertainment destination for Cape residents. The city hosts various cultural and entertainment events on an ongoing basis, so there’s no reason to be bored here!

During the day, treat yourself to food and drinks from hundreds of boutique and artisan restaurants, bars and delis. At night, the city comes alive with theatre productions of every kind, trendy nightclubs, and fantastic restaurants. On the first Thursday of every month, the CBD hosts ‘First Thursdays’, where art galleries, restaurants, bars and other amenities within the area stay open extra late. This is an experience that is not to be missed.

The nearby Greenpoint Stadium hosts a variety of international sports events and musical performances throughout the year. Recently, the Western Province Rugby Union agreed to move its headquarters to this stadium as well. This will mean year-long rugby matches being played at this beautiful high-tech facility.

If culture is more to your taste, there are dozens of museums, culture tours and art galleries to spend your time soaking up. With almost 400 years of history, Cape Town has no shortage of arts and culture to offer its visitors!

Century City is only a stone’s throw from everything that central Cape Town city has to offer. If you are interested in property sales or rentals in Century City, you’ll be only a short ten-minute drive from all of the inner city attractions. Platinum Century Property is the Century City real estate experts and we specialise in property sales and rentals in Century City. Contact us and we’ll help you buy or rent the ideal property in Century City to suit your needs and your budget.


Sports & Recreation

Cape Town is famous for the huge variety of outdoor sporting activities available throughout the peninsula but probably its most famous is its beaches. Whether you’re looking to soak up the rays with the other beautiful bodies on the white sands of Clifton, Camps Bay or Llandudno, or if you prefer watersports or even if all you want is to enjoy a horse ride on the beach, Cape Town has a sandy stretch for you.

Cape Town and its surrounds host some of the most epic surf spots in South Africa. These include Noordhoek, Blouberg & Big Bay, Derde Steen, Kommetjie and Long Beach to name a few. However, no list of surf breaks in Cape Town would be complete without mentioning Hout Bay’s famous ‘Dungeons’. This is home to some of the biggest waves in the world that come rolling in from the stormy South Atlantic. Every February, Red Bull sponsors the ‘Big Wave Africa’ contest which attracts big wave surfers from all over the world to face these moving mountains of the deep. This event is best viewed from a boat, so make sure you book your seat on a local charter early because it’s super popular!

Kitesurfers and Windsurfers are well catered for at various locations around Cape Town as well. The most famous of these is Blouberg beach, where the wind blows parallel to the brilliant white sandy beaches, creating perfect kitesurfing conditions that rank amongst the best in the world. Kitesurfers from all over come to this beach during Summer to practice their skills. Each February at the Summer peak, Red Bull hosts the ‘King of the Air’ kitesurfing contest that attracts the best kitesurfers in the world to see who can achieve the highest jumps.

If the solid ground is more your thing, you’re also in luck. The city is surrounded by craggy mountain ranges that offer endless opportunities for mountain climbing, trail running, mountain biking, hang-gliding and hiking. Alternatively, beautiful long roads for road cyclists snake their way along tall cliffs and past blue seas, offering some of the most breathtaking cycling views available anywhere. While you’re enjoying the fresh air and the views, you’ll be treated to some of the most ecologically unique flora in the world. The Table Mountain range, in particular, is home to some species of plants that only occur there and nowhere else, so keep an eye out for that.

If staying home at your perfect property in Cape Town sounds more like something you’d prefer, then Platinum Century Properties can help!

Properties in Cape Town

Find your perfect property in the best location in Cape Town

If you’re ready to move to Cape Town, you want to make sure you find the perfect property in the best location. Platinum Century Property specialises in two of Cape Town’s best estates in the most convenient locations. You’ll be close to work, close to the malls, and close to nature.

Platinum Century Property specialises in residential estates in Century City and in Burgundy Estate. These estates are two of the most popular precincts in Cape Town. They’re centrally-located, safe, and great investments. We’ll help you find the perfect property for your needs while you enjoy all of the excitement that Cape Town has to offer.

Groot Constantia in Cape Town

Winelands in Cape Town

The Western Cape is home to some of the oldest and most famous wineries in the world. Many of these are less than an hour’s drive from the Cape Town city centre.

Wine enthusiasts can look forward to travelling the Stellenbosch wine route, where multiple different wine farms can be visited for tasting sessions all on the same day. Often, these wine farms exist within large estates that offer world-class restaurants, luxurious accommodation, spas, sporting activities and other amenities. So, be sure to carefully plan any trip to the Winelands if you wish to take full advantage of what’s on offer.


Fishing & Boating – Cape Town

Cape Town has a rich seafaring heritage. Beginning in the age of sail right up until today, the Western Cape has had an intimate connection with the sea. If fishing or boating is your passion, you can’t go wrong with buying property or enjoying a property rental in Century City. Platinum Century Properties is the Century City property sales and rentals experts. We’ll help you find the perfect property in Century City, Cape Town to buy or rent so that you can be close to the fantastic fishing opportunities around Cape Town.

The little fishing town of Hout Bay, a few dozen kilometres south of the city centre, hosts a gleaming fleet of high-tech deep-sea sports fishing charter boats. These boats are typically catamaran hulls that are designed and manufactured in Cape Town and built especially to tackle the Cape’s famously temperamental waters. Skilled skippers will take you in their high-performance fishing vessels, miles offshore to seek some of the world’s best sports fishing experiences such as yellowfin tuna and bluefin tuna.

If you prefer doing your fishing with your feet firmly on the land, or if you like a more relaxed boating option, there are those as well.

The Cape offers all manner of shore-based fishing options, but the best way to find out about these is to speak to the enthusiasts at the nearest fishing tackle shop and get the local knowledge straight from them. They’ll be happy to tell you! On the other hand, if you’d rather just speak to some property enthusiasts, speak to Platinum Century Properties about property sales and rentals in Century City. We’ll be happy to give you the inside scoop on the best deals and the best spots!

An hour north of Cape Town is the magnificent Langebaan lagoon. This is a protected nature reserve and lagoon, and one of only a handful throughout South Africa. Langebaan is host to a huge variety of birdlife and marine life and much of it is off-limits to the boating public, to protect this fauna and the sensitive spawning grounds. The fishing here is protected from the Atlantic swells, making it an ideal option for those without their ‘sea legs’ or for families looking to get out on the water in a safe and relaxing environment. Head for Club Mykonos marina to get more information about chartering a boat or to find out about launching your own.
baby giraffe in Cape Town

Day trips in Cape Town

With its abundance of local attractions both near and far, the Western Cape truly offers an adventure to suit every taste.
One of Capetonians’ favourite pursuits is the weekend day trip. For the sake of an hour or so on the road, you can be treated to any number of fantastic experiences.


Once you hit the road, in the South, you can experience the rugged cliffs, wild seas and windswept plains of the Cape Point nature reserve. Or visit the cute little penguin colony at the famous Boulders Beach in Simonstown, grabbing some delicious fresh fried fish and chips for lunch nearby. Alternatively, head about an hour or so east and you’ll be able to visit the ever-popular cliffside town of Hermanus.

This town is famous because it’s the only place in the world where various species of whales, who come there to breed every year in their dozens/hundreds, can be observed directly from the clifftop path that winds its way around the shores of Walker Bay. It is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. If that’s not your thing, drive an hour north and experience some of the world’s best wines and most gorgeous restaurants alongside the breathtaking Stellenbosch wine route.

Or better yet, spend an hour driving west up the famous, rugged West Coast where you can experience seas of colour during wildflower season, and spend the afternoon enjoying the ostriches, antelope and white sands of the protected West Coast National Park near Langebaan.

There is something for everyone in Cape Town; when you visit, you’ll never want to leave. And when you make that decision, Platinum Century Properties will be here to assist you with your property sales, rentals and property management needs.

See you in Cape Town!

A great place to start is by buying a property in Cape Town. Century City is centrally located in Cape Town and offers an abundance of property sales and rental opportunities to suit every budget and every need. Platinum Century Properties is the Century City experts and we’ll be happy to assist with finding the right home for you.

Reasons to buy a property in Cape Town


Cape Town has been voted the 13th best holiday destination in the world.

The city receives regular flights from all major destinations and offers a variety of tourist attractions and activities.

A huge variety of outdoor and indoor leisure activities on offer means that you’re spoilt for choice in entertainment.

This is a great reason why you’d want to buy property in Cape Town.

World-famous food and restaurant scene.

Award-winning restaurants dot the Cape. Experience some of the best local cuisines in the world.

It’s the best-run city in South Africa, clean and safe.

It’s an easy decision to invest in property sales and rentals in Cape Town.

Century City in Cape Town is the ideal starting point for your travels.

It’s the doorstep to neighbouring countries like Namibia, Botswana, Kenya and Mozambique.

Come home to your dream property in Cape Town and discover everything that this amazing city has to offer.