Originally a pu'uhonua, a sanctuary for fugitives, La'ie became known as such through the oral history of Hawaiian language, called Laieikawai. The term "ikawai" which means "in the water," also belongs to a food bearing tree known as the kalalaikawae tree. The Hawaiian's believed the the plantin gof the kalalaikawa tree in the garden of Pailula rerpresented the producting of energy of male and femaile. This beautiful Pailula plantation was a part of Laie history until it was sold to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1865.
Today, La'ie Hawaii is made up of about 5,000 people living in this beautiful coastal part of the North Shore of Oahul. With it's several public parks, the La'ie Elementary School and its location outside of bustling Honolulu, anyone looking to buy Oahu real estate in a quiet area should check it out. Browse La'ie real estate for sale below or contact us to today to get find your perfect quiet peace of La'ie Hawaii.