Crossed Testicular Ectopia (CTE), is a rare congenital anomaly in which both gonads migrate toward the same hemiscrotum. This may be due to a deviation of testicular descent resulting in unilateral location of both testes. Reported is a case of crossed testicular ectopia in a 1-year-old boy who presented with undescended testis. On exploration, both testes were present in the right hemiscrotum. Subsequently, transseptal orchidopexy was performed. CTE should be considered in patients presenting with undescended testis, unilateral hernia and concurrent cryptorchidism of the contralateral side. In suspected cases, laparoscopy and ultrasonographic evaluation may be helpful in diagnosing this condition.