In September it was reported that Usher had ordered his ex-wife Tameka Foster Raymond to move out of his Georgia home.
And it has now been reported by TMZ that the singer has put the mansion back on the market for $3.2million.
Having served Tameka with her packing orders, the 34-year-old has put the 12,544-square-foot abode, which he initially bought for $3million in 2007, on sale with a slight increase.
The house which has 10-foot high ceiling is made up of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Other features in the stunning home include an in-house gym, library, four fire places and an outdoor pool.
Following being awarded sole custody of their two children in August, Usher dealt Tameka with yet another blow.
According to TMZ, in September the star's lawyer has sent a letter informing the 41-year-old that the mansion in which she had been residing would be going on the market.
While the Numb singer had allowed Tameka to live in the home for the last few years, their 2009 divorce agreement states that he has the right to sell the house at any time with 60 days' notice.
At the time TMZ also reported that Tameka apparently had no income of her own and had been financially dependent on Usher since they split.
However, sources claimed Usher felt he had given his ex ample time to make other living arrangements, especially as she is no longer the primary caretaker of their children Usher V, four, and Naviyd, three.