Electrical transport properties of NbCoSn1−xSbx (x =0, 0.01, 0.02 and 0.05), a half-Heusler compound and its alloys, have been studied in the temperature range from 80 K to 850 K. As-prepared samples exhibit metallic conduction and similar Seebeck coefficients near 300 K (S = –100 μVK−1). Except for NbCoSn0.95Sn0.05, both electrical resistivity, ρ, and the absolute value of S appreciably increase during the annealing for 6 days at 1123 K. Unusual increase in ρ of the annealed NbCoSn sample is found at about 200 K. ρ-T curves of the other annealed samples remain metallic over the measured temperature range and the ρ value noticeably decreases with increasing Sb content, x. Among the annealed samples, the high power factor, 25×10−4 Wm−1K−2 at 850 K, is obtained for NbCoSn0.95Sb0.05. The band structure of NbCoSn is calculated based on the determined crystal structure, indicating that NbCoSn is an indirect transition-type semiconductor with a band gap of approximately 1 eV. This is not consistent with the metallic behavior of ρ observed for the annealed NbCoSn sample above 400 K. Partial disordering of Nb and Co atoms is a conceivable answer.