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For a family orientated neighborhood with an urban/surburban feel you may want to try Glover Park, although you may be hard pressed to find central air. Bernstein Mgmt has a huge apartment complex there that allows dogs (old buildings though). You are right next to some trails and have the 30s to get downtown. Plus the field at Stoddart is great for throwing a ball around. Street parking isn’t bad.
You also may want to look at Takoma Park.
If you want to go full on suburbs, I was at the shopping center at Merrifield the other day, there is an organic grocery store, anthropologie, movie theater, target, dolcezza, sweet green, cava, and new apt. buildings, plus <mile from the Dunn Loring metro.. mosaicdistrict <dot> com