Murray Greene West is a business community that includes the Children's Medical Center with a vast townhouse community right behind it. The entire area sits along the eastbound side of Dunlawton Avenue. To the north of the community is a large wooded area, to the east, a lake, and the south, a farm. While there are businesses blocking some of the traffic noise from Dunlawton, you are going to have to adjust.
While you might not want to carry your groceries, there is a Publix Supermarket where you can stock up on people and puppy foods. A short drive to the west on Dunlawton will take you to the local Walmart Supercenter and then on to the I-95 on and off ramps. From your home here, you and your pup can be on the beach within ten minutes unless the traffic is exceptionally heavy, or your pooch can be running around off-leash at the Seemore Memorial Dog Park.
Living along Dunlawton Avenue means dealing with a lot of traffic if you try to take your dog for walks along this main east-west artery. If your dog doesn't mind the traffic, there are sidewalks running along both sides for you to use, but be sure you use a short leash to ensure maximum control. Within the townhome community, there are plenty of sidewalks for you and your dog to walk along.
Traffic here is a lot more subdued most of the day. You will be dealing with the usual rush hours during the morning and evening. You should also be aware that, at any given time of the day, you and your dog might encounter kids of various ages at play on the sidewalks and in the streets. Once again, this is an excellent place to keep your dog on a short leash that lets you maintain better control and ensure everyone's safety, especially your pup's.
Beyond the area of woods just to the north, there isn't much in the way of green space for you and your pup to play on within the community. However, if you cross over to the other side of Spruce Creek Road, there is a paved path that leads down to Buschman Park and the Margaret Buschmann Parcel. These two areas include a large playground for the kids, a boardwalk that leads to a pavilion on the lake, and numerous trails for you and your dog to hike and explore.
A little further south will take you to the Seemore Memorial Dog Park. This one-acre park offers fenced in areas for large and small breeds, including another that is for dogs with special needs. Each of the areas has its own watering station for the pups, shady benches for you sit on, and there are restrooms and plenty of poop bags for you to use when cleaning up after your pup.