The 1,139 acre Riverbend Ranch sits just upstream of the town of New Castle in the heart of Garfield Countys Colorado River/I-70 corridor. The ranch possesses a versatile mix of recreational, development/investment-grade, and agricultural characteristics. The propertys northern boundary is 2.75 miles of the mainstem Colorado River, one of the great fisheries in the state; the southern half of the ranch is largely rugged wildlife habitat for big game, and the balance in between is nearly three hundred acres of irrigated pasture served by significant water rights. From the property, panoramic views up and down the river with the Grand Hogback and Flattops in the backdrop predominate, with a stand-alone, Hogback notch standing sentinel over the ranchs lengthy stretch of the Colorado separating one riverside pasture from the other. Access to the property is via County Road 335 (Colorado River Road), which is adjacent to the I-70 interchange at the town of New Castle, mere minutes from the ranch, opening up both convenient travel across the region and investment/development possibilities on Riverbend Ranch. The ranch, one of the largest acreage private holdings in the I-70 corridor between Denver and Grand Junction, is unencumbered by a conservation easement. Contact Tommy Latousek.