For a definitive answer, you have to check the terms of your divorce agreement, to see if what, if anything she may be entitled to: divorce agreements, like other settlements or contracts, are enforced as per their plain terms.
The above said, as a general matter, if you were given the house in the divorce, unless there is something in the agreement to the contract, that means you were given the equity in it, too: your ex-wife would not be entitled to any equity.
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