Welcome to the forum.
Talk about jumping into the deep end of the pool
That's a lot of boat compared to a trailer sailor.
The short answer to your question of course is anywhere from nearly nothing (not at all recommended) to empty your retirement fund. Haul outs on wooden boats on average is annually. Benn from down your way has a timber cruiser of similar size and can give you a better idea than I could.
One bit of advice though, there ain't no such thing as a cheap boat. My slip neighbor has poured about $75,000 into a wooden boat that he has for sale for a little over $20,000. Lesson there is the way to make a small fortune in boats is to start with a big one.
In general if you pay more up front for a well found boat you'll have less deferred maintenance to play catch up on. Getting out in front of upkeep is the best plan because issues seldom get less expensive to fix if they are put off.
Having said all that though every situation is different. Some folks buy a boat for a long term project while others hire all work out and just "use" the boat. Most folks fall somewhere between those two extremes. Best to be honest with yourself about your intended use of a boat early on and go from there.