The Mediterranean sits along the sand in Orange County on a corner lot with ocean views. The great room features stone floors, coved ceilings and an oversized fireplace with a stone surround and mantel. A crescent-shaped island with bar seating separates the living and dining areas from the kitchen. A master suite, a media/game room, a wet bar, an office and a guest suite complete the second floor.
The villa has a total of four bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a powder room, in 3,600 square feet.
A glass-enclosed lanai with a swimming pool, a grotto, a waterfall, a waterslide and automated tiki torches overlooks the beach.
The three-car garage has built-in tool storage and workshop space. Security includes video and audio systems.
James bought the property in 2002 for $3.6 million. He and Bullock had lived in the home since their 2005 wedding. They divorced last year.
Bullock, 46, won the Academy Award for lead actress last year for "The Blind Side." James, 41, was chief executive of custom cycle maker West Coast Choppers. Unconfirmed news reports in October said the Long Beach headquarters was closing, and the phone has since been disconnected. He competed on "Celebrity Apprentice" (2009) and hosted the cable series "Monster Garage" (2003-06).
Chuck Buscemi of First Team Real Estate, Huntington Beach, was the listing agent. Joel Spencer of the same office represented the buyer.