Frank R. Chapman and Sharon Chapman appeal from a district court judgment rejecting their suit for specific performance of a real estate transaction. Their claim is based on a preemptive right they hold over a 22.6 acre tract owned by defendant Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York (MONY). MONY had sought to convey the 22.6 acres to a third party buyer, Truda Siefers, in the sale of a 273 acre block which included the smaller tract. Because this court finds that the district court committed clear error in finding that an offer had been made on the 22.6 acre tract which required exercise of Chapmans preemptive right, we reverse the dismissal of Chapmans suit against MONY. However, for the same reason, the absence of an offer, we decline to grant specific performance to the Chapmans. Instead, MONY will be enjoined from selling the 22.6 acre tract until such time as it receives a bona fide offer on that specific parcel of land and has properly given the Chapmans an opportunity to exercise their right of first refusal.