Angie and Todd Eaton

Sales Agents | Realty of Maine Bangor Office

Realty of Maine Bangor Office

458 Main Street
Bangor, ME 04401

Email Phone: 1-207-942-6310 Toll Free: 1-800-639-2162 Fax: 207-942-8099

Bangor is the county seat of Penobscot County, and as of 2006, is Maine's third largest city with a population of 31,008. The city is located on the Penobscot River and is the largest market town, distribution center, transportation hub and media center in a five-county (Penobscot, Piscataquis, Hancock, Aroostook, Washington) area of 324,000 people. Across the Penobscot River lies the city of Brewer. Other neighboring towns include Hampden, Orono, Old Town, Hermon, Veazie and Glenburn.

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Bangor was settled in the 1760s and became known as the “lumber capital of the world” during the 19th century. Most of Boston and New York City is built from lumber transported from the Bangor port. By 1900, an average of 2000 vessels called at Bangor annually. The great fire of 1911, sparked by embers from a hayshed, destroyed much of downtown, but did not stop the citizens of Bangor from re-building. Most of the present downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the “Great Fire Historic District,” while the portion that survived the fire is the 'West Market Square Historic District.”

Bangor is the hometown of Hannibal Hamlin, Abraham Lincoln’s first Vice-President and a strong opponent of slavery. William Cohen, former U.S. Senator and United States Secretary of Defense under President Bill Clinton is a Bangor native. Singer/songwriter Howie Day and comedian Bob Marley were born in Bangor. Bangor’s most notable residents are writers Stephen and Tabitha King. Current U.S. Senator Susan Collins also lives in Bangor.

Population density in Bangor is low at 901 people per square mile. A typical Bangor resident is 36 years old, educated, travels 15 minutes to work, lives in a household of two, and has a family income of $42,047.

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Our Bangor Realtors have a local focus, coupled with unparalleled knowledge of the Central Maine area. Realty of Maine agents make it easy for buyers to find the ideal Bangor area home while connecting sellers with the right real estate opportunity.

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About Angie and Todd

Angie Eaton was born in Presque Isle in 1976.  In 1982, she moved from Aroostook County to Veazie for 3 1/2 years.  Then moving to Old Town and graduated as an Old Town Indian in 1994. 

She attended Maine State Academy of Hair Design, and holds a Cosmetology license.  She also worked a few years in the banking industry in Old Town and Brewer.  In 2006, she became a Certified Professional Coder, and worked 5 years at EMMC.  She continues to work as a coder from home allowing her time to spend with her family, as well as the flexibility to work with real estate clients and customers.  Her family consists of 5 children and an amazing husband.  She enjoys quilting, ATVing, and spending time with family and friends.

Todd Eaton was born in Patuxent (PAX River), Maryland in 1968.  Being a Navy brat, he bounced around from state to state finally ending up in Maine in 1979.  He called Levant his home in 1984 when his father retired.  He entered the United States Army in June 1987, joined the Army National Guard in 1992, the Air National Guard in 1995, and retired Active Duty in 2017 after serving the military for 30 years.

Along the way he has earned two Associate’s degrees; one in Business Management and one in Emergency Management.  He also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Network Design.  He’s a bee keeper and a craftsman.  He is a Notary Public, a personal protection instructor in self-defense as well as firearms safety.  He has an amazing wife and five totally diverse and equally amazing children.  Hobbies include wood-working/burning, motorcycling, ATV’ing, mudding, and building muscle cars.

The “Just Down the Road” logo has a little history to it.  Although Levant is just 12 miles from Bangor, it seems to be an extremely long 12 miles.  Some call them country miles.  Anyone visiting would typically complain of how long a drive it is to which they would always receive the reply of, “It’s just down the road.”

When you become a client of Todd and Angie's, they will work diligently for you, making you their number 1 priority, to give you the most gratifying real estate experience.