WILTON - The Villa Notre Dame building, the former home of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, and its surrounding property are expected to be sold. This comes after the school nuns moved out last month after calling the building their home since it was purchased in 1958. With the 58 nuns settled in to a continuing care facility in Bridgeport, the building is expected to be sold. "I've been contacted by developers who are interested in the property," First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice said. Vanderslice declined to comment on what developers are proposing for the property at 345 Belden Hill Road. "The town is not interested in purchasing the property," Vanderslice said. Caelie Hines, communications director of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, said an "internal committee" is handling all aspects of the future of the property. She said the committee is still considering inquiries. SSND did not immediately provide a response to inquiries on the property's official listing price. Vanderslice said the appraised value of the 34-acre property, which includes a few single-family homes, is $31.6 million. Roughly half of the property, Vanderslice said, is inhabited by "wetlands areas" and will not be available for development.