In this study, we investigate the possibility of analyzing indoor location estimation under the NLoS environment by radial extreme value distribution model. In this study, we assume that the observed distance between the transmitter and receiver is a statistical radial extreme value distribution. The proposed method is based on the marginal likelihoods of radial extreme value distribution generated by positive distribution among several transmitter radio sites placed in a room. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method, we carried out a simulation study and conducted two sets of experiments to assess the accuracy of the location estimation for the static case and dynamic case. In the static experiment, the subject was stationary in some places within the chamber. In this experiment, we were able to demonstrate the precise performance of the proposed method. In the dynamic experiment, the subject was moved around within the chamber. In this experiment, we were able to determine the suitability of the proposed method for practical use. Results indicate that high accuracy was achieved when the method was implemented for indoor spatial location estimation.