Depends if you're more like CR210 Ponte Vedra or CR210 Orangedale; check the antennaweb.org site for help. Generally, you should have no problems with most any decent UHF&VHF (both!) antenna if you aim carefully. But here are two problems I had in a Floridian house (Palm Beach, but still relevant):
(1) Aiming the antenna in the attic space can make a smaller antenna perform better than a large one! Why? If you can't fit the bigger model under the angle of your roof, pointed in *exactly* the right direction, you lose. Typical new Florida truss construction makes this worse, because it may have to fit within the scaffolding triangles (or worse, in the width of just 1 bay), and the roof angle, and point perfectly to boot. (2) Modern truss "joiner-plates" create little square dead spots in their shadows. This means that mounting the antenna as high up as possible doesn't always work, so be prepared to do some fooling around with positions.
Thus, counter-intuitively, I would get a smaller antenna, within whatever range antennaweb.org tells you. Also because aiming is so important, make sure you can reach it after occupancy (or else do a complete job with a TV set on the construction site before you close up the interior). Sorry I can't directly answer your question with a model number: there's no substitute for local, neighborly, intelligence. (Even further away, though on the same angle of CR210@US1, I needed a Winegard GS-2200 with an amplifier for a customer. It was outdoors but had to be as small as possible, thus that model and the amp.)