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Plenty of room to get lost on Matthew Fox’s 10 acres in Bend, Ore.

Plenty of room to get lost on Matthew Fox’s 10 acres in Bend, Ore.
Sharp angles, block walls and expanses of glass bring an industrial feel to the contemporary home. (Redfin.com)

“Lost” actor Matthew Fox is trying to sell his custom home within a gated community in Bend, Ore., for $4 million.

Built in 2009 and set on 10 acres, the contemporary has an industrial vibe with 22-foot-tall ceilings and an open plan. Walls of glass bring in views of the Cascade Mountains. The concrete floors are radiant-heated.

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The 4,175 square feet of living space, run by a solar energy system, includes a den/office, loft and dining areas, four bedrooms and five bathrooms. There’s a wood-burning fireplace in the great room. A three-car garage is attached.

Fox, 51, had long-running roles on “Party of Five” (1994-2000) and “Lost” (2004-2010). His film work includes “We Are Marshall” (2006), “Vantage Point” (2008) and “Bone Tomahawk” (2015).

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Public records show that he bought the land in 2007 for $1.5 million.

Lesli Fox with Hasson Company Realtors is the listing agent.

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