Nick Tershay—better known as Nicky Diamond to skaters—is founder of the skateboard and clothing line known as Diamond Supply Co. Tershay’s always been a motivated businessman. Since launching his line in 1998, he’s made deals with Nike, expanded his stores across California and New York, and built an impressive team roster of professional skaters.
Today, he’s a motivated seller. Tershay slashed $ 400,000 off the price of his modern home in Studio City, CA, to $ 3,395,000.
The 4,559-square-foot home has everything you need to live the “Diamond Life”: a media room with disappearing glass doors that open to a pool and barbecue space; a contemporary kitchen with Sub-Zero appliances; a massive master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows; and a custom-designed bridge leading to a private deck above the garage.
And speaking of the garage, Tershay is a fan of rare cars. His collection includes a 1967 Stingray and a Ferrari 458 painted in—you guessed it—”Diamond Blue,” according to autoevolution. His passion for purring engines might be why the home was recently remodeled to include a three-car glass garage separate from the main home.
There’s also plenty of room to entertain guest outdoors. The dining room adjacent to the large rear deck is bordered on two sides by glass accordion doors. In a blink, you can bring that sweet Southern California summer breeze right into the dining room.
And while everything on the inside of this gated home is about diamonds, everything on the outside may have you seeing stars. According to the Hollywood Reporter, this part of Studio City is going a bit Hollywood. Stars such as Bruno Mars, George Clooney, and Miley Cyrus call the area home.
Tershay may be moving out of his Studio City home, but he isn’t giving up on California. Some mild Instagram stalking turned up information on the company’s flagship store in Los Angeles moving locations on Fairfax Avenue. The company is also hosting an upcoming #DiamondLife picnic at Hazard Skate Plaza, where there will be hot dogs, prizes for the best skaters, and puppies (hopefully in doggy-size helmets).