I'm a bit closer to the tower than the OP, about 10 miles. My attic antenna system works well for everything from the hill and doesn't take up much space. It consists of a 4-bay bowtie (like the Channel Master 4221) for UHF and a twin lead antenna cut for channel 6 made from plans here
. The ch. 6 antenna works well enough for the high VHF channels. The two antennas feed a UHF/VHF combiner.
Actually the bowtie worked well for everything including the high VHF channels until WRGB moved to ch. 6.
The twin lead antenna is mounted on a stick hanging on a wall that happens to face the right direction so it takes up hardly any space at all. The bowtie is on a dowel in a Christmas tree stand. It takes more room but not a lot.
Whatever you use, make sure the signal isn't blocked by aluminum siding, stucco (actually the chickenwire frame under the stucco), a metal roof or foil-faced insulation.