We want to be fixed up with this $20 million French fixer upper

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No one — repeat, no one — makes messy, distressed, falling-apart style look as romantic and desirable as the French.

In that spirit, allow us to present this spectacular “Art Deco” mansion that just went on the market for $19,946,950 in the chicest of the chic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood in Paris. While we aren’t sure what exactly is “art deco” about the place, it has all the charm we could ever hope for: from the pictures, we see overgrown gardens, black and white floors, curving staircases and even a freaking artists’ studio with disheveled chairs stacked next to a giant picture window. All that’s missing are cigarette butts smoldering next to an aggrieved painter.

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The home has eight bedrooms, two bathrooms and two “shower rooms” (this is France!), several terraces, a cellar, staff quarters and a library.

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The listing at Sotheby’s is remarkably sparse for such a lovely property, but it does note “renovation required.” Scary words? Sure, but la vie bohème this home promises is well worth any struggles it may throw your way.